Tag Archives: monitoring

Are we relying on unreliable research?

“Ask an important question and answer it reliably” is a fundamental tenet of clinical research. And you’d hope so: you’d hope that medics don’t waste time on questions that don’t matter or which have been answered already, and you’d hope … Continue reading

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It’s hard to make evidence-driven decisions if loads of data are missing, or garbage

First, missing data. Philanthropic donors, operational charities and others often have to deal with this. Hence unearthing the missing data is a theme in Giving Evidence’s work:  Massive emergency aid is now flowing to the Philippines following Typhoon Haiyan. Operational … Continue reading

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