Mark Bennett MD, FRCPC The bias towards publishing positive results in research is well known, yet despite this nearly half of all clinical trial data goes unpublished. The consequences are severe; biasing clinicians, harming patients, and..
Vol 2 #8 Over the past several months the Canadian healthcare scene has been hit by a number of journalistic exposés relating to the impact of big Pharma on clinical medicine. The Globe and Mail, one of Canada’s leading newspaper..
Vol 2 #11 Mona Gupta MD CM, FRCPC, PhD University of Montreal Introduction The psychiatric research enterprise has grown considerably over the last two generations and the quest to link the clinical manifestations of mental illnesses to und..
Vol 3 #6 James A. Bourgeois, O.D., M.D. (Corresponding) Ana Hategan, M.D. Dr.Bourgeois is Chair, Department of Psychiatry, Baylor Scott & White Health, Central Texas Division; Clinical Professor, College of Medicine, Texas A&M U..
Vol 10 #1 Alan Eppel The year 2021 will mark the sixth year of publication of the Journal of Psychiatry Reform. Articles have been published on a monthly basis and distributed by mail-outs and postings to social media. There have been..
Diana Duong CMAJ July 12, 2021 193 (27) E1056-E1058; DOI: https://doi.org/10.1503/cmaj.1095951 Patients have played an increasing role in health care research and decisions over the past decade. However, challenges persist around c..
Republished in JPR Vol 11 #4 February 2, 2022 Citation: Bero L (2018) Meta-research matters: Meta-spin cycles, the blindness of bias, and rebuilding trust. PLoS Biol 16(4): e2005972. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.2005972 Published: Ap..