About Clinical Research in Practice: The Journal of Team Hippocrates

An open access, peer reviewed journal publishing examples of clinical research implementation practices in medicine.

The word "practice" has multiple meanings:

  • Practicing medicine refers to the work of the doctor.
  • A medical practice describes a cohort of people cared for by a doctor or groups of doctors (a community).
  • Practice theory, described by Pierre Bourdieu, acknowledges human behavior as situated in social relationships and beliefs.

CRP reflects what social scientists call "embodied knowledge" — a necessary component to fulfill the aspirations of evidence-based medicine.

See the Aims and Scope for the complete coverage of the journal.

Current Issue: Volume 4, Issue 1 (2018)

From the Editors

Critical Analyses

Informed Consent



Coronary stents—the role of experience and evidence in making clinical decisions
Elise Anderson, Aria Ganz-Waple, Nikola Rakic, Eric Blake, Destiny Kellam, Nadeen Mansour, David Aguilar, Jessica A. Johns, and Jerry Chen

Clinical Research In Practice 4(1)