Designing innovative trials, including Bayesian adaptive trials, was a hot topic at this years’ 2019 ACTA International Clinical Trials Conference in Sydney.
We are pleased to announce that a Bayesian adaptive trials workshop series will be held in Perth, 4-5 December 2019 to help researchers and statisticians gain knowledge and practical skills to design these types of trials.
These workshops will be run by Bayesian clinical trial experts Ben Saville, PhD & Anna McGlothlin, PhD from Berry Consultants (Texas, USA) and Mark Jones and Julie Marsh, PhD from the Telethon Kids Institute (Perth, AUS).
Registration for the workshops will open on Friday 25 October 2019.
What are the benefits of adaptive designs?
How do adaptive trial sizes work?
What is an adaptive clinical trial?
What is response adaptive randomisation?
Data Safety and Monitoring Boards (DSMB) for Adaptive Trials Webinar video
Data Safety and Monitoring Boards (DSMB) for Adaptive Trials Webinar slides
ACTA Trial of the Year Award 2020 guidelines and nomination forms
Bayesian adaptive randomised clinical trials flyer
ACTA STInG grant advice for trial statisticians
ACTA STInG Notes from Members’ meeting, October 2019
Adaptive Design Clinical Trials
Hackathon of Novel Trial Designs part two
Hackathon of Novel Trial Designs part one
Studies Within A Trial SWATs webinar
Innovative Trial Design and Conduct Reference Group Objectives and Directions
ACTA STInG 2017 Member Survey Results
Novel approaches to healthcare effectiveness research outside Australia
ACTA STInG Submission to the NHMRC Structural Review