Year Published: 2013

Time to Complete: TBD

Instructor: Tom Concannon, PhD; Harry Selker, MD, MSPH

Learning Level: Fundamental

Primary Audience: Researchers

Prerequisite: None

Skills Domain: Communication and Teamwork


What is a pragmatic trial, and what methodological challenges should you consider?

 

Learning Objectives

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe key factors that distinguish pragmatic trials from explanatory trials
  • Define three dimensions that can be used to assess the impact of stakeholder engagement on pragmatic trials
  • Explain informatics challenges associated with the design and conduct of pragmatic trials
  • List common methodological challenges associated with the conduct and analysis of pragmatic trials
  • Identify methods to improve the dissemination and implementation of pragmatic trial findings.

Content Outline

01 of 08 What is Pragmatic Clinical Trial & PRECIS Diagram (2:26)
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02 of 08 A National Strategy to Develop Pragmatic Clinical Trials Infrastructure (3:35)
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03 of 08 Recommendations (5:30)
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04 of 08 An IMMEDIATE 2 Effectiveness Trial of Community Based Use of GIK Infusion for Acute Coronary Syndrome (6:51)
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05 of 08 IMMEDIATE Trial Study Purpose (7:57)
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06 of 08 IMMEDIATE Trial Analysis (6:18)
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07 of 08 Conclusions from IMMEDIATE Trial (3:52)
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08 of 08 Pragmatic Explanatory Continuum Indicator Summary PRECIS (4:56)
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  • What is Pragmatic Clinical Trial & PRECIS Diagram
  • A National Strategy to Develop Pragmatic Clinical Trials Infrastructure
  • Recommendations
  • An IMMEDIATE 2 Effectiveness Trial of Community Based Use of GIK Infusion for Acute Coronary Syndrome
  • IMMEDIATE Trial Study Purpose
  • IMMEDIATE Trial Analysis
  • Conclusions from IMMEDIATE Trial
  • Pragmatic Explanatory Continuum Indicator Summary PRECIS

Resources

  • Lecture Slide Deck (PDF)

Course Evaluation

  • Post-Course Evaluation
  • Course Completion Verification
 This Course is Free