Tests are often used to determine the efficacy of a particular treatment. In ideal randomized clinical trials, subjects and providers don’t know who is getting the treatment and who is getting the placebo. This way, the data won’t be compromised. It is, in fact, quite important that everyone believe they are getting the treatment.
- What are your thoughts about the ethics of randomized clinical trials? Give your post a ( #GODISABLE). If you find something you want to share, post an image or a link to a URL with pertinent resources. Let us know how this week’s work has affected your thinking either personally or professionally.
- Which outside resource (image, video, article) touches on this subject? Share the link within your post. What real-life benefits or negatives do you see in that example to this research approach?
- What about this week’s content is relevant to your own professional or academic career?
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- Include 2 academic references above 2017
- NO CONSIDERATION FOR PLAGIARISM
- APA FORMAT AND INDEX CITATION
- PLEASE WRITE FROM PUBLIC HEALTH PERSPECTIVE