The NIH Collaboratory Launches a New Resource on Methods and Best Practices for Pragmatic Clinical Trials
Catherine Meyers, M.D.
Director, Office of Clinical and Regulatory Affairs
The NIH Health Care Systems Research Collaboratory, an NIH Common Fund project, has been supporting nine large-scale pragmatic clinical trials in partnership with health care systems around the United States. NCCIH and NIA have been leading the Collaboratory program, and NCCIH staff have previously blogged about its progress. Since its initiation in 2012, the collective experience of conducting pragmatic clinical trials in a variety of settings has generated much useful information for planning future studies. The NIH Collaboratory Coordinating Center at Duke University recently launched The Living Textbook, a researcher-friendly compendium of information for the design, planning, and implementation of pragmatic clinical trials, based on the expert consensus of researchers involved in the Collaboratory.
Rethinking Clinical Trials: A Living Textbook contains a wealth of new information about pragmatic clinical trials at each stage of the research process.
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