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The PACE Trial: The Making Of A Medical Scandal

Monday 31 July 2017

 

From the UK's ME Association:

 

Brain
 

The PACE Trial: The Making of a Medical Scandal | 29 July 2017

Press release, Journal of Health Psychology, 28 July 2017.
© ME Association 2017

Journal of Health Psychology Special Issue on The PACE Trial, Vol. 22, No 9, Aug. 2017.

A Special Issue of the Journal of Health Psychology on the PACE Trial, is to be published and freely available online on Monday 31 July 2017.

It marks a special contribution of the Journal of Health Psychology to the literature concerning interventions to manage chronic health problems.

The PACE trial debate illustrates what can happen when researchers become entrenched in a particular point of view, and fail to engage in constructive exchange with critics and stakeholders.

It reveals an unwillingness of the Co-Principal Investigators of the trial to engage in authentic discussion and debate. It leads one to question the wisdom of such a large investment from the public purse (£5million) on what is a textbook example of a poorly done trial.

 

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