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

Letters to the Editor


Letter to the Editor: Patient and Staff Experiences with Inpatient Video Monitoring
Eric Shoemaker MD, Aysha Athar DO, Jonathon Brewis MD, Daniel Angell DO, and Rana Zaban DO

Clinical Research In Practice 4(1)


Editor in Chief
James P. Meza M.D., Ph.D
Managing Editor
Nicholus Yee, M.D.
Editorial Assistant
Daniel Litow
Advisory Board
Rebecca Etz, Ph.D.
Bernard Ewigman, M.D. MSPH FAAFP
Anne Victoria Neale, Ph.D., MPH
Carolyn Richardson, M.D.
Kendra Schwartz, M.D., MSPH
Allen F. Shaughnessy, Pharm.D., M.Med.Ed.
Kurt Stange, M.D. Ph.D.
Associate Editors
Robert Bryce, D.O.
J. Timothy Caldwell, M.D., Ph.D.
John Dawdy, M.D., MHS
Diane Levine, M.D., FACP
Anthony M. Provenzano, M.D.
Senior Student Editors
Thomas C. Bolig, B.S., M.S.
Blake Arthurs, B.S.
Natalie Wiseman, B.S.