A meta-analysis—a study of studies—published in BMC Medicine in 2015 found that 31% of clinical trials did not stick to the measurements they had planned to use.

Another paper, published in PLOS ONE, also in 2015, examined 137 medical trials over a six-month period and found that 18% had altered their primary outcomes halfway through the trial, while 64% had done the same with secondary, less-important measures of success.

Read more about the problem of 'outcome switching' around Clinical Trials, and what a team from Oxford University is doing to fix it.

3 Days to go!!! The deadline for submissions to the first round of the Clinical Trials Innovation Prize Implementation Challenge is this coming Tuesday, April 5th!

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