Date: 10:00AM, 28 September 2017 - 4:30PM, 28 September 2017
Venue: The Tomlinson Centre Queensbridge Road London E8 3ND
Come and celebrate half a century of pragmatic trials with the Pragmatic Clinical Trials Unit, focusing on some of the key current issues in this area. The event will comprise a half-day course on understanding, conducting and reporting pilot and feasibility studies run by the PAFS group* who developed the recent CONSORT extension for pilot trials, followed by lunch and an afternoon of talks exploring the current state of pragmatic trials, including invited speakers Professor Deborah Ashby (Deputy Director of the NIHRHTA Programme and Professor of Medical Statistics and Clinical Trials at Imperial), and Professor Kerry Hood (Professor of Trials and the Director of the Centre for Trials Research at Cardiff University).
* (Sandra Eldridge, Queen Mary University of London; Christine Bond, University of Aberdeen; Mike Campbell, University of Sheffield; Claire Chan, Queen Mary University of London; Sally Hopewell, University of Oxford; Gill Lancaster, University of Keele; Lehana Thabane, McMaster University)