‘In order to be useful, clinical research should be true, but this is not sufficient.’ (Ioannidis, 2016).
This webinar isn’t about the planning, design and conduct, and reporting that are necessary for the results of trials to be true. Instead it will focus on describing those additional components that contribute to making clinical trials useful and will define the concept of ‘implementability’.
This super webinar is presented by Prof Steve Webb and live hosted in capital city sites in Australia and New Zealand, where peers can discuss the webinar content in group discussions at each site. Those who can’t attend live can dial in to the webinar.
This event will be relevant for anyone who is involved with clinical trials, or who has an interest in clinical trials: researchers, clinicians, health service providers, health managers, institution heads etc.
Please provide dietary requirements when registering, as lunch will be provided at this site.
Date: Tuesday, 11 February, 2020
Location: Computational University of Auckland Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, Rm 503-024, FMHS Bld, 85 Park Rd, Grafton