Henry Drysdale is a junior doctor based in Oxford, where he has also been an honorary clinical research fellow in the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine (CEBM). He completed a BSc in Physics before studying Medicine at the University of Oxford. Henry’s academic work focuses on transparency in clinical trial reporting. Along with Ben Goldacre, Henry co-founded and managed the COMPare Trials project (COMPare-trials.org, @COMPare_Trials), which aimed to systematically correct the record on a cohort of clinical trials in 5 top medical journals containing “outcome switching”. You can find Henry on Twitter at @HenryMDrysdale (his middle name is Meta-research).
March 3rd, 2019 | 55 mins 47 secs
We chat with Henry Drysdale (University of Oxford), co-founder of the COMPare trials project, which compared clinical trial registrations with reported outcomes in five top medical journals and qualitatively analysed the responses to critical correspondence.