Vague, unsure or imprecise?

Trials and tribulations we all have. The not-knowing of the future can create anxiety, distress and an unhealthy desire for chocolate. Some days, knowing what’s for tea can provide the only concrete grounding in an otherwise fluctuant universe. And along with that, the naming of things can sometimes be enlightening. So, for un-knowing, you could […]

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Quality Improvement: Why it’s not turfing the RCT to the long grass

We’ve started to publish a fair few quality improvement reports in the Archives recently, aiming for 1200 words, 5 references and a readable SQUIRE-compliant paper that gets across the key messages about how a #QI project was undertaken. These aren’t trials, don’t have control arms, and may suffer from significant publication bias. (It’s not surprising to […]

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