November 16, 2018: New Living Textbook Chapter on Team Composition for Pragmatic Trials

Embedded pragmatic clinical trials (ePCTs) are conducted by gathering data during the course of routine care. Accordingly, health care system personnel—not research personnel—will be collecting data and delivering the intervention. A new Living Textbook chapter describes the considerations for team composition to help ensure the success of an ePCT.

“Many different people are involved in the conduct of an ePCT, and when designing a trial, an investigator will need to carefully consider the roles of potential team members, including which roles are essential, and who will fill the roles.”

—Dr. Lesley Curtis in ePCT Team Composition

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