[05 November 2020]

Identifying Unpublished Trial Data: Trial Registers, Clinical Study Reports and Other Information Sources

£150

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05 November 2020, 10am to 3pm (UK time)

Description

This training course will take place online. 

Data from clinical trials and results registers are essential to answering many systematic review, health technology assessment, comparative effectiveness research, clinical, and other research questions. Clinical trials registers provide information on current and recently completed research. Results registers provide results of completed research, often before they are available through traditional, published sources. Increasing awareness of the importance of clinical trials and their results has led to the development of a large number of trials and trials results registers. Trials registers are in constant development and provide challenges to librarians in terms of searching and record management. Data on trials are also increasingly available from clinical study registers and other sources. These sources all pose challenges in terms of searching, data management, search recording and updating. This online course explores these new approaches to identifying unpublished trial information and offers practical advice on searching, recording and managing the process.

We will provide exercises for those who wish to complete them after the training and one hour follow-up session to review the exercises and answer questions arising.

This training course complements our Citation Analysis – Discovering New Uses Within Systematic Reviews course. You will receive 10% discount when adding both courses to the basket.

Click here to view a provisional agenda for this course

Course Trainers

Julie Glanville, Independent Consultant in Information Retrieval
Carol Lefebvre, Independent Information Consultant, Lefebvre Associates Ltd, Oxford, UK

Location

This training course will take place online. Further details will be emailed to you before the training event.

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