Interpreting real-world evidence

Numerous sources of clinical data are used to inform clinical practice. This module compares real-world evidence, randomised controlled trials and meta-analyses, summarising their key differences and how their findings can be interpreted appropriately.

Interpreting real-world evidence
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  • Interpreting real-world evidence
  • Interpreting real-world evidence
  • What does ‘real-world evidence’ mean?
  • Many different sources of data derived from routine clinical care can be used to generate evidence and inform clinical practice
  • RCTs and RWE studies measure the effects of a treatment in different settings
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