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Digital Clinical Trials Workshop: Creating a Vision for the Future (Day 1)

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Air date: Monday, April 1, 2019, 9:00:00 AM
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Description: Clinical trial research is a cornerstone of NIH’s work, and using digital technology to conduct that research could be transformative. This technology has the potential not only to reduce the cost and time for research; it also will benefit patients. Before making any decisions about how to advance the use of this technology, however, researchers must consider a host of issues—e.g., racial equity and gender differences and preferences, potential biases in observational versus causal data, and the possible need for computational simulations to reduce the sample size and length of trials. These and other issues will be explored in-depth in this workshop.

For more information go to http://irl.gatech.edu/2019-dct-workshop/
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NLM Title: Digital Clinical Trials Workshop : Creating a Vision for the Future / NHLBI, Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences, NIH, and Smart and Connected Health Program, National Science Foundation.
Author: Digital Clinical Trials Workshop: Creating a Vision for the Future
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute,
National Institutes of Health (U.S.). Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research,
National Science Foundation (U.S.). Smart and Connected Health Program,
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Abstract: (CIT): Clinical trial research is a cornerstone of NIH's work, and using digital technology to conduct that research could be transformative. This technology has the potential not only to reduce the cost and time for research; it also will benefit patients. Before making any decisions about how to advance the use of this technology, however, researchers must consider a host of issues--e.g., racial equity and gender differences and preferences, potential biases in observational versus causal data, and the possible need for computational simulations to reduce the sample size and length of trials. These and other issues will be explored in-depth in this workshop.
Subjects: Clinical Trials as Topic
Computing Methodologies
Publication Types: Congress
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NLM Classification: W 20.55.C5
NLM ID: 101746756
CIT Live ID: 31656
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