Real World Evidence: Does The Popularity Of The Term Reflect In Publication Numbers?

October 4, 2018 Danielle Twigg

In recent years, ‘real world evidence’ (RWE) has become an increasingly popular term, despite a lack of consensus on its definition. RWE has been adopted as a form of clinical evidence that informs how a drug is used and the benefits gained outside of clinical trials. This research aimed to assess the use of RWE across disease areas and to identify any trends in the use of RWE within the scientific literature.

Authors: Shabana Malik, Nick Rusbridge, Michale Tang

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