- Grand Rounds 2: Stepped Wedge Cluster Randomized Trials: What, How, And When?
Members of the NIA IMPACT Collaboratory Steering Committee will gather to discuss the project and plan for the upcoming year. Location: Bethesda, MDJanuary 28 - January 29
Jason Karlawish, MD, University of Pennsylvania and Alex John London, PhD, Carnegie Mellon UniversityFebruary 20 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
National Research Summit on Care, Services, and Supports for Persons with Dementia and Their Caregivers
Location: Bethesda, MD. Learn more on the Summit website.March 24 - March 25
15 scholars will be selected by PCRC to attend this special one-time only three-day intensive training.April 28 - April 30
- Harrison outlines the need for embedded pragmatic clinical trails and how IMPACT can help in AcademyHealth editorial Jill Harrison, PhD, Executive Director for the IMPACT Collaboratory at Brown University, authored a blog post for AcademyHealth describing the need for embedded pragmatic clinical trails and how the IMPACT Collaboratory can help. Harrison describes the rise in diagnoses of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias as a global public health crisis and describes how embedded pragmatic ...
- IMPACT principal investigators share their vision of the project with LeadingAge The NIA IMPACT Collaboratory’s multiple principal investigators, Susan L. Mitchell, PhD, MPH, and Vincent Mor, PhD, shared the vision and goals of the project with LeadingAge in an article from January 17. “We are confident that the NIA IMPACT Collaboratory will transform the delivery, quality, and outcomes of care provided to Americans with dementia, and their ...
- Registration open for statistical conference focused on cluster randomized clinical trials IMPACT Steering Committee and Design and Statistics Core member Monica Taljaard, PhD, will be part of a panel at the 13th University of Pennsylvania Conference on Statistical Issues in Clinical Trials on April 29th. The conference will focus on challenges and opportunities in cluster randomized clinical trials. Registration is now open.