Payment of Trial Participants Can Be Ethically Sound: Moving Past a Flat Rate (Opinion)

Payment of Trial Participants Can Be Ethically Sound: Moving Past a Flat Rate (Opinion)

The South African Medicines Control Council (MCC) policy that trial participants be paid a flat rate of R150 per visit in clinical trials has been criticised in the press. (1) The literature argues that it is an excessive or inappropriate reward; (2) it neglects salient factors such as the design or nature of the study, […]

Moving Medical Education Forward

Moving Medical Education Forward

The Department of Medical Education (DME) at the University of Illinois at Chicago is the oldest continuously operating medical education department in the world. Founded in 1958 by George Miller and Christine McGuire, the Department’s faculty, fellows, and students have been at the forefront of the practice and study of medical education. DME is a […]