Bold Health Partners with the University of Pennsylvania for Clinical Trial of Its Zemedy IBS App

The School of Arts and Science of the prestigious University of Pennsylvania invites participants to a waitlist randomised control trial investigating the potential benefits of the Zemedy mobile app in patients with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). “We have been tremendously fortunate to partner with Dr Hunt in both creating the innovative intervention based on her research…

MedShr Blog: An Approach to Appraising Randomized Controlled Trials

Demystifying Statistics in Medicine: An Approach to Appraising Randomized Controlled Trials

Randomized controlled trials (RCT) allow scientists to test whether an intervention leads to an outcome of interest. The first clinical trial dates back to 1747 and was conducted by James Lind; although not with the rigor of today, Lind selected 12 participants ravaged with scurvy and allocated in pairs to 6 groups1. The first pair…