Year in Review: Research Section
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Research, Quality and Patient Safety, 2022
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This year in review on behalf of SCCM's Research Section will focus on three timely subtopics: research design strategies during a pandemic, the role of preprint servers, and strategies for interacting with the media.

Learning Objectives:
-Review arguments in favor of Bayesian platform strategies versus traditional frequentist trials and the successes and failures of each during the pandemic
-Discuss the benefits and drawbacks of preprints (full research manuscripts that have not yet undergone peer review)
-Address a strategic approach to engaging the media and how to message effectively without being misquoted
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Content Type Presentation
Knowledge Area Research
Knowledge Area Quality and Patient Safety
Knowledge Level Foundational
Knowledge Level Intermediate
Knowledge Level Advanced
Membership Level Select
Tag Clinical Research Design
Tag Evidence Based Medicine
Tag Communication
Year 2022
Dr. John Savransky
clinical trials
adaptive designs
randomized controlled trials
best possible outcomes


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