Aspects of research communication and reporting include, but are not limited to, reports to health authorities, sponsors, presentations in scientific fora, scientific publications, patient focused communications and websites.
The Declaration of Helsinki provides guidance on the registration, publication and dissemination of research results. Every research study involving human subjects must be registered in a publicly accessible database before recruitment of the first subject. A means to achieve this with pharmacoepidemiology studies is through registration of protocols and reports of studies in the EU PAS Register.
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