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Pre-Conference Workshops

These will take place on Sunday 7th May and will be short courses on topical methods and issues relating to clinical trials and will be 4 hours per workshop.  The focus will be on education and training and will include hands-on work and plenty of time for questions and discussion.

4 Reasons why you should not miss the Pre-Conference Workshops

  1. More than just a talk: get hands-on, interactive training from international leaders in their fields.
  2. Plenty of time for discussion: the longer format means there is time to talk about your trials and questions.
  3. Choice: there are workshops ranging from Bayesian and adaptive designs, causal inference and non-adherence to treatment through to evidence-based recruitment and retention and health economic evaluation.
  4. Networking: share knowledge, experience and solutions with colleagues.
Time Stream 1Stream 2Stream 3
09:00 - 13:00Learning Bayesian Methods and Adaptive Designs: Concepts, Tools, and ApplicationsTowards evidence-based recruitment and retention strategies: advancing trial efficiency through embedded recruitment and retention trialsUnderstanding and interpreting health economic evaluation alongside clinical trials
13:00 - 14:00Lunch Break (Lunch not provided)
14:00 - 18:00Demystifying causal inference: Assessing efficacy when patients depart from randomised treatmentsUsing R for Early-Phase Dose Finding StudiesData Monitoring Committees (DMCs): Member Responsibilities and Interpretation of DMC Reports for Effective Decision-Making