Workshop Programme

The pre and post conference workshop schedule has now been confirmed and the workshop titles and presenters are outlined below:

Monday 3rd October, 10:00 – 13:00

W1.1: Finding, critically appraising, and using a core outcome set (COS) for your trial
Paula Williamson, Declan Devane, Karen Matvienko-Sikar, Sarah Gorst, Nicola Harman

W1.2: Introduction to optimisation experiments for complex interventions within the Multiphase Optimisation Strategy (MOST) framework
Samuel Smith, Michelle Collinson, Rebecca Walwyn 

W1.3: Using the PeRSEVERE guiding principles to prepare for and manage participation changes in clinical trials
William Cragg, Katie Gillies, Lauren Moreau, Puvan Tharmanathan

W1.4: Implementing CDISC’s SDTM retrospectively for data sharing
Sharon Kean

W1.5: Estimands in randomised trials: practical guidance to help get the right answer to the right question
Brennan Kahan, Suzie Cro, James Carpenter


Monday 3rd October, 14:00 – 17:00

W2.1: How Routine Healthcare Data can enhance data-enabled clinical trials – what is available and what to consider before you apply
Suzanne Hartley, Macey Murray, Matt Sydes, Andy Rees, Louise Dunn

W2.2: Clinical Trial Monitoring
Sharon Love, Victoria Yorke-Edwards,  Lisa Fox

W2.3: Planning & Delivering Effective and Engaging Training to Clinical Trial Staff
Sara Brookes, Razia Meer-Baloch

W2.4: Good practice in planning, conducting and reporting pilot trials
Sandra Eldridge, Christine Bond


Thursday 6th October, 13:00 – 16:00

W3.1: Statistical and practical aspects of the design and analysis of Multi-Arm Multi-Stage (MAMS) Platform Trials
Babak Choodari-Oskooei, Matt Sydes, Max Parmar

W3.2: eConsent in clinical trials
UK Trial Managers’ Network, Trials Methodology Research Partnership, UKCRC CTU Network Collaborative Group

W3.3: Triangulating evidence from observational data and randomized controlled trials for precision medicine
Jack Bowden, Beverley Shields


You can register now as part of the main conference registration or book to attend the workshops only. Places are limited and so you are advised to book as soon as possible to secure your place.