All trials conducted at the Centre of Evidence Based Dermatology (CEBD) are registered on an approved trial registry prior to start of recruitment. These can be accessed using the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) International Clinical Trials Registry Platform. Similarly, systematic review protocols are lodged on the Prospero register of systematic review.
In addition, CEBD pre-registers study protocols and analysis plans for studies that do not fit the criteria for existing registries.
Is urinary incontinence associated with lichen sclerosus in females? A systematic review and cross-sectional study.
(previous versions: vs1.0)
Developing a patient-reported outcome measure of eczema control
Protocol: 27 September 2018
Data analysis plan: 6 November 2018
Protocol for identifying parallel group RCTs within the Global Resource for EczemA Trials (GREAT) database that failed to compare the treatments being tested
Systematic review on quality of life measures in eczema trials
How has long term control been captured in randomised controlled trials of eczema treatments? A systematic review protocol
How are eczema symptoms captured in randomised controlled trials of eczema treatments? A systematic review protocol
Protocol registration and outcome reporting bias in randomised controlled trials of eczema treatment
25 August 2011
Identifying and prioritising important research questions for the treatment of eczema – a collaborative partnership between patients, carers, clinicians and researchers
21 April 2010
Identifying and prioritising important research questions for the treatment of vitiligo
15 November 2009
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