Randomized Clinical Trials: Problems and Values
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE 4(2): 173-178, March 1986
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Problems in the Conduct and Analysis of Randomized Clinical Trials: Are We Getting the Right Answers to the Wrong Questions? Rabeneck, Linda; Viscoli, Catherine M.; Horwitz, Ralph I. (1992-03)To achieve the goal of validity, the randomized clinical trial has emerged as the scientific "gold standard" for evaluating therapies in clinical medicine. Regardless of how well randomized clinical trials are designed, however, ...
Kopelman, Loretta (1986-11)It is argued that randomized clinical trials are not intrinsically morally problematic; while they are not ideal tools, they are a powerful way to eliminate bias and prejudice. When patient-subject choice is introduced, problems ...