Podcast December 8, 2017: Data and Safety Monitoring in Pragmatic Clinical Trials (Greg Simon, MD, MPH, and Susan Ellenberg, PhD)

Dr. Greg Simon Dr. Susan Ellenberg

In this episode of the NIH Collaboratory Grand Rounds podcast, Dr. Greg Simon, principal investigator of the Suicide Prevention Outreach Trial (SPOT), and Susan Ellenberg, a member of the Collaboratory Ethics and Regulatory Core, speak with moderator Dr. Adrian Hernandez about the factors that determine the need for a Data and Safety Monitoring Board (DSMB) in pragmatic trials.

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Want to hear more from Drs. Simon and Ellenberg, with their colleague Dr. Sugarman? View the full Grand Rounds presentation. 

We encourage you to share this podcast with your colleagues and tune in for our next episode with Grand Rounds speakers Drs. Richard Platt and Christopher Granger, who will discuss “IMPACT-AFib: An 80,000 person Randomized Trial Using the Sentinel Initiative Platform.”

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