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Working together to deliver stratified medicine research effectively.

Stratified medicine is an important area of research across all clinical specialties, with far reaching impact in many spheres. Despite recently formulated global policy and research programmes, major challenges for delivering stratified medicine studies persist. Across the globe, clinical research infrastructures have been setup to facilitate high quality clinical research.

Patient, Family, and Center-Based Factors Associated with Attrition in Neonatal Clinical Research: A Prospective Study.

Attrition, or loss to follow-up, presents a significant threat to the integrity and validity of longitudinal clinical research. Little is known about predictors of attrition in neonatal clinical research, and no prior studies have examined how families' experiences participating in research with their infants influences study compliance.

Adapting data management education to support clinical research projects in an academic medical center.

Librarians and researchers alike have long identified research data management (RDM) training as a need in biomedical research. Despite the wealth of libraries offering RDM education to their communities, clinical research is an area that has not been targeted. Clinical RDM (CRDM) is seen by its community as an essential part of the research process where established guidelines exist, yet educational initiatives in this area are unknown.

Editorial: Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, The Bone & Joint Journal, The Journal of Orthopaedic Research, and The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery Will Not Accept Clinical Research Manuscripts Previously Posted to Preprint Servers.

Frontiers in pigment cell and melanoma research.

In this perspective, we identify emerging frontiers in clinical and basic research of melanocyte biology and its associated biomedical disciplines. We describe challenges and opportunities in clinical and basic research of normal and diseased melanocytes that impact current approaches to research in melanoma and the dermatological sciences. We focus on four themes: (1) clinical melanoma research, (2) basic melanoma research, (3) clinical dermatology, and (4) basic pigment cell research, with the goal of out...

A novel autosomal recessive orthostatic hypotension syndrome: and other updates on recent autonomic research.

Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, The Bone & Joint Journal, The Journal of Orthopaedic Research, and The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery will not accept clinical research manuscripts previously posted to preprint servers.

Clinical considerations for the inclusion of individuals with autism spectrum disorder in clinical trials.

Diagnoses of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have increased considerably over the past 20 years. Because of this rise and the inherent complexity of ASD, there is a need for an increased number of scientifically valid basic and clinical research studies addressing this disorder. This manuscript serves as an introduction to the clinical presentation of ASD as well as the unique challenges and modifications required to conduct clinical research with this population. This includes detailing the current diagno...

The role of the nurse in supporting cancer clinical trials.

Clinical trials are a fundamental component of high-quality care, and have been widely reported to improve care and patient outcomes. For research trials to be successful, patients need to have awareness of trials, be invited to participate, and be supported to make informed decisions about consenting to enrol in clinical trials. Some cancer nurses have been reported to be reluctant to discuss clinical trials with patients, based on their own beliefs about the perceived burden of clinical trials, while othe...

Connecting healthcare and clinical research: Workflow optimizations through seamless integration of EHR, pseudonymization services and EDC systems.

In the last years, several projects promote the secondary use of routine healthcare data based on electronic health record (EHR) data. In multicenter studies, dedicated pseudonymization services are applied for unified pseudonym handling. Healthcare, clinical research and pseudonymization systems are generally disconnected. Hence, the aim of this research work is to integrate these applications and to evaluate the workflow of clinical research.

Barriers to clinical research in children with inflammatory bowel disease: The patients' perspective.

The aim of this study was to determine the proportion of patients' caregivers willing to participate in clinical research and examine the possible barriers against recruitment to clinical research in children with inflammatory bowel disease.

Global Public Attitudes About Clinical Research and Patient Experiences With Clinical Trials.

Effective, continuous improvement in patient engagement depends on an intimate understanding of public and patient perceptions and experiences in clinical research.

Relapsing paralytic ileus in multiple sclerosis requiring surgery: a video case report.

Moving forward the in vivo diagnosis of the synucleinopathies.

Conducting the Neural Symphony of Memory Replay.

Hippocampal sharp-wave ripple oscillations and sequence replay events are important for memory. Ramirez-Villegas et al. present a model that dissects cellular mechanisms of SWR generation in the CA3-CA1 circuit, and explains the network features of slow-gamma coordination and sequence replay.

Uncovering the relation between clinical reasoning and diagnostic accuracy - An analysis of learner's clinical reasoning processes in virtual patients.

Clinical reasoning is an important topic in healthcare training, assessment, and research. Virtual patients (VPs) are a safe environment to teach, assess and perform research on clinical reasoning and diagnostic accuracy. Our aim was to explore the details of the clinical reasoning process and diagnostic accuracy of undergraduate medical students when working with VPs using a concept mapping tool.

Clinical Research Nursing: Awareness and Understanding Among Baccalaureate Nursing Students.

The American Nurses Association recognizes the specialty practice of Clinical Research Nursing, but many new nurses are unaware of the specialty and lack knowledge to effectively interact with research teams.

Takotsubo syndrome in the Holy Bible.

What is the Minimum Clinically Important Difference for the WOMAC Index After TKA?

The WOMAC score is a validated outcome measure for use in patients undergoing TKA. Defining meaningful changes in the WOMAC score is important for sample-size calculations in clinical research and for interpreting published studies. However, inconsistencies among published studies regarding key definitions for changes in the WOMAC score after TKA potentially could result in incorrectly powered studies and the misinterpretation of clinical research results.

Motivations and willingness of general practitioners in France to participate in primary care research as investigators.

Clinical research is mostly conducted among hospitalized patients, which restricts the generalizability of research results. The involvement of GPs in research has been consistently highlighted as a factor associated with successful study recruitment.

Supporting Resident Research Learning in the Workplace: A Rapid Realist Review.

Residents are increasingly expected to engage in practice-based research; however, engagement in research whilst also fulfilling clinical duties is often challenging. Evidence suggests that residents require specific developmental experiences, in addition to clinical practice, to become effective researchers. The authors therefore conducted a rapid realist review to explore strategies used and key mechanisms supporting effective resident research activities in clinical settings. They examined relationships ...

Acknowledgement to Reviewers 2018.

Validation of the stabilometer balance test: Bridging the gap between clinical and research based balance control assessments for stroke patients.

A pronounced discrepancy exists between balance assessments for stroke survivors that are used for clinical purposes and those used for research. Clinical assessments like the Berg Balance Scale generally have stronger ecological validity, whereas research-based assessments like posturography are generally more reliable and precise. We developed a stabilometer balance test (SBT) that aims to couple measurement reliability and precision to clinical meaningfulness by means of a personalized and adaptive test ...

Deception in clinical trials and its impact on recruitment and adherence of study participants.

Deceptive practices by participants in clinical research are prevalent. It has been shown that as high as 75% of participants withheld information to avoid exclusion from studies. Self-reported adherence has been found to be largely inaccurate. Overcoming deception is a critical issue, since the safety of study participants, the integrity of research data and research resources are at risk. In this review article, we examine deception from the perspective of investigators conducting clinical trials; we desc...

Clinical Research Informatics: Contributions from 2017.

 To summarize key contributions to current research in the field of Clinical Research Informatics (CRI) and to select best papers published in 2017.

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