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Missing clinical trial results in Nordic countries – join the debate on 30 November

The results of hundreds of clinical trials involving patients in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Iceland have not been made public, a team of researchers has found.


In an online seminar on 30 November, Gustav Nilsonne from Karolinka Institutet will present the results of the project, which followed up 2,113 clinical trials completed 2016-2019.


Overall, about one quarter of all trials remained completely unreported.


The study’s findings have not yet been published.


The presentation will be followed by an open discussion with experienced transparency advocates on how we can use these data to campaign for positive change'


Please join us and share your suggestions and ideas on how to fix the problem.


Date: Thursday 30 November

Time: 17:00 UK time (18:00 Berlin time)


Debate starring:

  • Sarai Keestra – Universities Allied for Essential Medicines (UAEM)

  • Bettina Ryll – Melanoma Patient Network Europe

  • Jaume Vidal – Health Action International

The event is hosted by TranspariMED’s partner Consilium Scientific.




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