All trials must be registered and the results published


Management fads that claim to improve healthcare should be subject to the same validation requirements as other patient treatments.  UKAS/CPA accreditation has avoided it.

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A BMJ editorial proclaims, All trials must be registered and the results published.  Hence we see the bad company ISO accreditation might keep if it had actually been put to trial.   Negative results often fail to be published.

 All trials must be registered and the results published

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