Podcast January 5, 2018: IMPACT-AFib: An 80,000 Person Randomized Trial Using the Sentinel Initiative Platform (Richard Platt, MD, MS; Christopher Granger, MD, FACC, FAHA)

In this episode of the NIH Collaboratory Grand Rounds podcast, Drs. Richard Platt and Christopher Granger speak with moderator Dr. Adrian Hernandez about the IMPACT-AFib atrial fibrillation trial and the role of the FDA’s Sentinel Inititative.  In this trial, researchers used Sentinel pharmacy data to find eligible patients with at least one oral anticoagulation prescription fill, and the speakers describe how the platform provided them with an efficient and cost-effective way to access the data of over 80,000 potential participants.

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Podcast December 8, 2017: Data and Safety Monitoring in Pragmatic Clinical Trials (Greg Simon, MD, MPH, and Susan Ellenberg, PhD)

 

In this episode of the NIH Collaboratory Grand Rounds podcast, Dr. Greg Simon, principal investigator of the Suicide Prevention Outreach Trial (SPOT), and Susan Ellenberg, a member of the Collaboratory Regulatory/Ethics Core, speak with moderator Dr. Adrian Hernandez about the factors that determine the need for a Data and Safety Monitoring Board (DSMB) in pragmatic trials.

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Want to hear more from Drs. Simon and Ellenberg, with their colleague Dr. Sugarman? View the full Grand Rounds presentation. 

We encourage you to share this podcast with your colleagues and tune in for our next episode with Grand Rounds speakers Drs. Richard Platt and Christopher Granger, who will discuss “IMPACT-AFib: An 80,000 person Randomized Trial Using the Sentinel Initiative Platform.”

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Podcast November 14, 2017: Moderators’ Edition: Discussion of the Future of the NIH Collaboratory

In this episode of the NIH Collaboratory Grand Rounds podcast, Drs. Adrian Hernandez and Kevin Weinfurt, two NIH Collaboratory Co-PIs and podcast moderators, discuss their predictions and hopes for the NIH Collaboratory in the next year.

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We encourage you to share this podcast with your colleagues and tune in for our next edition with Dr. Susan Ellenberg on “Data and Safety Monitoring in Pragmatic Clinical Trials.”

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Podcast October 27, 2017: Bringing Machine Learning to the Point of Care to Improve Suicide Prevention (Greg Simon, MD, MPH)

In this episode of the NIH Collaboratory Grand Rounds podcast, Dr. Greg Simon of the Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute speaks with the NIH Collaboratory’s Dr. Lesley Curtis about the integration of machine learning into suicide prevention.

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Podcast October 6, 2017: Health Is More Than Healthcare (Karen DeSalvo, MD, MPH, MSc)

In this second episode of the NIH Collaboratory Grand Rounds podcast, Dr. Karen DeSalvo, former acting Assistant Secretary for Health and Human Services, speaks with the NIH Collaboratory’s Dr. Kevin Weinfurt about the factors other than healthcare systems than impact the health of our communities.

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Podcast September 29, 2017: Preprints: What, Why Not, and How (Harlan Krumholz, MD)

In this first episode of the NIH Collaboratory Grand Rounds podcast, Dr. Harlan Krumholz of Yale University Medical Center speaks with the NIH Collaboratory’s Dr. Adrian Hernandez about the ways preprint servers can help accelerate scientific progress through greater access to research results.

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