Methodology, Statistics and Operation of Pragmatic Trials (Coming Soon)
This self-paced course will provide an understanding of methodology, statistics and operation of pragmatic trials and concepts and impacts of Estimands, for the use of real-world evidence.
The course is intended for anyone who wishes to extend their knowledge on real-world evidence with a specific focus on multiple aspects of pragmatic trials. Participants are distributed over the whole medicine development chain: from academic researchers to industry, regulatory and other professionals.
This course consists of four self-paced learning units, starting with an introduction to real world evidence generation, followed by learning units on the methodology of pragmatic trials, an introduction to the statistics relevant to pragmatic trials and the operation of pragmatic trials. After the course participants are asked to complete a final quiz, with case examples to practice. The course takes on average 20 hours to complete.
An overview of the learning units of this course:
- Methodology of Pragmatic Trials
- Introduction to Statistics in Pragmatic Trials and Estimand Concept
- Operation of Pragmatic Trials
- Final Quiz