Making research central to good paediatric practice

In light of the ongoing debate over research involving children, investigators in the UK recently published a review on how making research central to good paediatric practice requires dialogue between all, and that seven principles should guide these conversations to ensure the best outcomes. These principles are evidence, transparency, balance, conscientiousness, substance, comprehensiveness, and revision procedures. Read more in the latest issue of Archives of Disease in Childhood.

Andy Rudy