Well-conducted randomized trials can have a powerful influence on physical therapist practice. So which ones are the best of the best?
That's the question the Physiotherapy Evidence Database (PEDro) would like your help in answering.
As part of the 15th anniversary celebration of the PEDro database, the Australia-based Centre for Evidence-Based Physiotherapy is asking users to nominate studies for a list of the 15 "most significant" randomized trials in physical therapy. Between now and August 29, users are being asked to fill out an online form with the citation details of important trials, and briefly explain why they're making the nomination. Users may nominate more than 1 trial each.
Staff at the Centre will shortlist the nominations before turning the list over to a panel of experts for final rankings.
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