Fundamentals of Statistical Design for Clinical Trials Seminar

  • 1295.00 Dollar US$
  • Published date: July 5, 2018
    • Baltimore, MD, Maryland, United States

This 2-day seminar includes an overview of the need for clinical research, types of clinical trial designs, common statistical tests, considerations of sample size, and randomization techniques.

The role of statistics in clinical trials incorporates the tools used to develop a robust study, minimize bias, and assess efficacy of new treatments as relates to efficacy and comparison to competing therapies.

Prior to the use of experimental research, clinicians often used subjective measures and anecdotal evidence of treatment efficacy. Concepts such as variability among individuals and treatments were not considered in early applications.

The application of scientific method, which makes use of the tools statistical theory, allows clinical researchers to set up a robust study design and to make precise and accurate inferences from the information collected in a clinical trial. According to Carter, Scheaffer, and Marks (1986), "Statistics is unique among academic disciplines in that statistical though is needed at every stage of virtually all research investigations including planning the study, selecting the sample, managing the data, and interpreting the results."

The objective of the seminar is to provide information that can be used immediately by personnel involved in the design and analysis of clinical trials. Although the presentation involves use of statistical techniques, presentation of statistical theory will be limited to only what is needed by the attendees to understand and implement trial design and end-point analyses within the statistical framework. However, a basic understanding of basic statistical tests (t-tests, ANOVA, regression) is desired.

Presented examples and training will include the design of a simple randomized trial. A template of a statistical analysis plan will be given to all attendees for use in their practice.

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