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Workshop in Biostatistics presents "Sweet-Spot Analysis in Randomized Trials"

Topic: 
Sweet-Spot Analysis in Randomized Trials
Thursday, May 14, 2020 - 1:30pm
Venue: 
Zoom
Speaker: 
Donald Redelmeir (Sunnybrook)
Abstract / Description: 

Randomized trials in clinical research tend to recruit diverse patients including some individuals who may be unresponsive to the treatment. Here we introduce a methodology to test whether patients near a sweet-spot experience more relative benefit than patients at the extremes. We then demonstrate this methodology based on a randomized trial of defibrillators to reduce all-cause mortality in patients with heart failure. An awareness of this methodology, we suggest, may help for identifying a sweet-spot in a randomized trial where some patients experience more relative benefit than other patients.

 

Suggested Readings: "An approach to explore for a sweet spot in randomized trials," PDF available for download at med.stanford.edu/dbds/programs/workshop-in-biostatistics.html


Contact kkanagaw@stanford.edu for required meeting password.