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- Attempts at surgical removal are of no benefit to asbestos cancer sufferers finds trial led by CORU's Tom Treasure
- CORU's work shows effects of selective citation on surgical practice
- Pandemic flu countermeasure work published in Vaccine
- Editorial praises CORU's simple risk stratification model
- Tom Treasure's talk is ranked among top three presentations
- The Ekjut trial in India is selected as Trial of the Year!
- Christos Vasilakis gives keynote lecture at Young OR 17 conference
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- CORU work examines the foundations of triage
- Christina Pagel gives invited talk at RCM conference
- Martin Utley gives invited talk at the MASHNET workshop
- Making sense of statistics
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- Martin Utley promoted to professor
- Professor Tom Treasure attends NICE International conference
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- CORU's Skilled Birth Attendance paper is a BMC Highly Accessed paper!
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- Number of people living with cancer set to increase significantly
- CORU article highlights challenges in implementing modelling toolkits
- Health financing website receives positive feedback!
- Is surgery to remove secondary cancer always a good thing?
- Sonya Crowe awarded Improvement Science Fellowship by the Health Foundation!
- CORU work helps child heart teams get clearer picture of their results
The Ekjut trial in India is selected as Trial of the Year!
19 May 2011
The Ekjut Trial, which Christina Pagel was a co-author on (Lancet 2010;375: 1182-92), has been recognised as Trial of the Year by the Society for Clinical Trials.
This award is to given annually to the clinical trial that best embodies the following aspects:
- It improves the lot of mankind.
- It provides the basis for a substantial, beneficial change in health care.
- It reflects expertise in subject matter, excellence in methodology, and concern for study participants.
- It overcomes obstacles in implementation.
- The presentation of its design, execution, and results is a model of clarity and intellectual soundness.
Congratulations to the principal investigator, Dr Prasanta Tripathy, his team and the team at the UCL Centre for International Health and Development.