The use of win-ratio and other new statistical methods to analyze endpoints in new and existing clinical trials.
What are the best ways for the NHLBI to advance the evolving science of translating robust evidence into clinical practice domestically and globally? How to personalize broad research evidence for individual patients? How to predict and evaluate the impact of evidence-based interventions? How to identify implementation methods available in industry and elsewhere that work best and are most translatable in healthcare? ...more »
During this period of diminishing Federal resources and funding, what novel methods can be employed to effectively conduct clinical trials that address existing and emerging medical and public health issues?
What innovative methodologies applicable to small cohorts and rare outcomes can better ensure the success of clinical and implementation studies in the rare diseases affecting heart, lung, blood, and sleep?
What are the best methods for using genotype information and other EMR data to randomize heart, lung, blood, sleep patients to different treatment strategies? One big challenge is how to consent patients for this sort of trial. Must patients be consented separately for every such trial or could there be blanket consent for participating in the learning health care model? This would also require a paradigm shift in how ...more »
Are the current methodologies for clinical trials still the best practices for conducting efficient clinical trials?