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HRB-TMRN
Health Research Board-Trials Methodology Research Network - Irish support network to improve the conduct & reporting of randomised trials.
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HRB-TMRN 12h
HRB Open Call - Definitive Interventions and Feasibility Award (DIFA) now open - Additional SWAT funding available -
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HRB-TMRN 18h
Looking forward to our 5th 2019 - led by - Dec 6th. Full details and registration: - an event not to be missed!
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Marita Hennessy Nov 10
Designing & using to support recruitment & retention in : a scoping review & a checklist for design ]
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StatsCI Nov 8
We were fortunate enough to have come talk us earlier this year about re-randomisation in – Highly recommend signing up for his webinar next week!
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HRB-TMRN Nov 8
So well deserved . You have taught us all so much and we are grateful to have worked with you - from everyone in Galway -
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Students4BE Nov 7
Hundreds of people are taking part in The People's Trial right across the globe! Visit to join this public led, fun randomised trial.
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IRNN Sep 26
This year's masterclass, on undertaking your own qualitative research, will be hosted by and supported by
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ECRIN Nov 7
All signed up? 5th Trial Methodology Symposium 2019 is coming up! Dec 6, Dublin
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Brennan Kahan Nov 7
Replying to @Brennan_Kahan
A quick example of re-randomisation: This trial () of high-dose vs standard-dose influenza vaccine allowed participants to re-enrol and be re-randomised for each new vaccine season They found compelling evidence the high-dose vaccine was better 2/n
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Brennan Kahan Nov 7
I'll be doing a webinar on re-randomisation trials next Tuesday (Nov 12th, 12pm UK time). I'll be covering what re-randomisation trials are, when they can be used, how they should be designed and analysed, pros and cons compared to other trial design options, and more 1/n
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Jahnavi Daru Nov 7
Re-randomisation is a great new option for esp in I will join in, hopefully will too.
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The Peoples Trial Nov 7
aim to find out whether in are safe & effective. These studies help clinicians make informed decisions about patient care. Trials have many phases & steps within those phases. Check for more!
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HRB-TMRN Nov 7
Limited places available for our Winter School in Interventions this December with and colleagues - Register online:
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HRB-TMRN Nov 7
Our next webinar takes place next week, Nov 12th, with on the topic of Re-randomisation for - register online:
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Linda O'Neill Nov 6
Delighted to have Dr Peter Knapp talk to us this lunchtime . Shared fascinating results of review of systematic reviews re: barriers and facilitators to trial enrollment! Looking forward to reading the published paper!
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Trial Forge Nov 6
Predicting the future: if you (or a friend..) set up trial recruitment sites, ESP2 would like to hear your site recruitment predictions:
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IRNN Nov 6
survey on exploring the impact of the new Irish data protection regulations on clinical trial recruitment from a research nurse perspective:
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Irene soulsby Nov 6
Very excited to retweet this! and many others involved - and not forgetting
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HRB-TMRN Nov 6
Our next webinar with will explore Re-randomisation design for - November 12th 2019 12pm GMT - - Free to join - register online:
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HRB-TMRN Nov 6
Replying to @A30MinuteLife
Thank you - really value your interest in our trial...
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