Research acronyms: the good, the bad and the ugly


We all love a good research acronym. Particularly if they are catchy, well thought-out and have some relevance to the piece of research in question. However, a group of dedicated acronym watchers from Denmark believe the prevalence of acronyms in clinical trials is increasing at the expense of their semantic and aesthetic quality. Once reserved ...


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