The Health Improvement Institute has started a project that aims to harmonize health research guidelines. The goal of the project is to eliminate conflicts, overlaps, and gaps that exist within the current health research guidelines. A recent article in centerwatch.com shared that this project will involve key stakeholders and will work closely with several organizations. Dr. Peter G. Goldschmidt, President of the Health Improvement Institute had this to say, “Much research is of questionable quality. Improving health care and enabling people to maintain their health requires better research. Guidelines offer one way of increasing the productivity of the research enterprise.” To find out further details of the project to harmonize health research guidelines, click here.
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