Tag: trial data

Expecting A Lot Of Missing Data In Your Resource Use Questionnaire? Give Patients A Resource Use Log Too!

Bristol, UK – Using patient-completed questionnaires to collect resource use in economic evaluations conducted alongside randomised controlled trials (RCTs) often results in missing data. A research team from the University of Bristol designed a log to give patients at baseline so

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Innovative Methods Uncover Differential Responders To Treatment

Manchester, UK – Variability in response to treatment (also called heterogeneity of treatment effects) is a common finding in clinical trials. Some variability is hypothesised and expected, such as differences between treatment and placebo groups, across doses, or between comparator drugs.

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