Clinical agnosticism and when trials say “maybe”—a presentation for #SummerSchool hosted by scholar.social

On 2020 August 4, I gave a presentation on Clinical Agnosticism as a part of , a free, online, interdisciplinary academic conference hosted by scholar.social.

You can download the slides from my presentation here. I transcribed my presentation in the Notes for each slide (Click View > Notes), if you want to know what I said, too!

If you want more information on this subject, this research was based on my doctoral thesis, The Moral Efficiency of Clinical Trials in Anti-cancer Drug Development. Chapter 5 will be of particular relevance.

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