Coming in 2020, the NIH Collaboratory will host a 5-part Grand Rounds Series focused on the Living Textbook. The series will feature Collaboratory expert speakers guiding the audience through the life cycle of an ePCT by way of the textbook—from idea to funding to implementation.
The series begins January 31 with “Pragmatic Clinical Trials: How Do I Start?” and will end June 19 with “Demystifying Biostatistical Concepts for Embedded Pragmatic Clinical Trials.”
See below for the full schedule of sessions and a special message from Dr. Kevin Weinfurt.
Full Schedule of sessions
|Pragmatic Clinical Trials:
How Do I Start?
|Greg Simon, MD, MPH, KPWHRI
Lesley Curtis, PhD, Duke University
|January 31, 2020|
|Preparing for the Unknown: Conducting Pragmatic Research in Real-World Contexts||Jerry Jarvik, MD, MPH, University of Washington
Vince Mor, PhD, Brown University
Leah Tuzzio, MPH, KPWHRI
|February 28, 2020|
|Tips for Putting Together a Successful PCT Grant Application||Wendy Weber, ND, PhD, MPH, NCCIH||March 27, 2020|
|Choosing What to Measure
and Making It Happen: Your Keys to Pragmatic Trial Success
|Rachel Richesson, PhD, MPH, Duke University
Emily O’Brien, PhD, FAHA, Duke University
|May 1, 2020|
|Demystifying Biostatistical Concepts for Embedded Pragmatic Clinical Trials||Liz Turner, PhD, Duke University
Patrick Heagerty, PhD, University of Washington
David Murray, PhD, NIH
|June 19, 2020|
We hope you will join us to learn more about the fundamentals for designing and launching a successful ePCT. Please download the flyer for the Living Textbook Grand Rounds series and share with your colleagues and institution.