The Anatomy of a Clinical Reprint learning program is designed to explain the content of clinical reprints, including the introduction, methods, results, discussion, and conclusion sections. The program begins by discussing the purpose of clinical reprints, and also touches on the reporting and publication processes. The program then takes an in-depth look at each section of a clinical reprint, explaining their typical content and defining commonly used terms.
Upon completion of this learning program, you will be able to::
Discuss issues related to clinical trial reporting and publication.
List the purposes and typical content of a clinical reprint’s Title, list of Authors, Abstract, and Introduction section.
Discuss important aspects of study population and study design that are presented in the Methods section of a clinical reprint.
Define primary and secondary study endpoints.
Discuss statistical analyses used to evaluate study endpoints.
Describe the types of efficacy and safety findings typically presented in the Results section of a clinical reprint.
List the purposes and typical content of the Discussion and Conclusion sections of a clinical reprint.
Why Clinical Reprints?
Reporting And Publication
Title, Authors, Abstract, And Introduction Section