The British Medical Journal explores transparency in its look at making information about clinical trials publicly available; the effects of rising food prices on improving the world’s supply of food; whistleblowers – where are they now; and a report on Barack Obama’s focus on abstract principles rather than detail which has delayed the vote on US healthcare.
Available in the Cochrane Library is the result of a systematic review that details the effects of exercise training on the global well-being and physical capacity of individuals with Fibromyalgia.
People with arthritis, their families, friends and the general public are invited to attend the Roundtable On Arthritis Research. Current research is provided by Arthritis Research Centre of Canada scientists and discussed by patients, the experts who live with the disease.
COMPASS is a guide to the evolving Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans (TCPS). It aims to inform the public and update members of Canada’s research community on the Panel’s progress and the evolution of the TCPS. The Agencies (CIHR, NSERC,SSHRC) invite nominations of potential members, with knowledge of or experience in the ethics of research involving humans, to serve on the Panel on Research Ethics. The closing date for nominations is September 18, 2009.