Australians should continue to benefit from a health system based on clinical trials evidence
In mid 2012 the MJA convened a summit on improving the landscape of clinical trials in Australia, where researchers from investigator networks and trial coordinating centres met with government policymakers, industry representatives, consumer groups and health professionals. The difficulties Australia faces in relation to research and health care and the practical solutions that emerged from the summit are the subject of a series of forthcoming articles in the MJA, including one in this issue.1
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