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Presented by

Daniel Scharfstein and Aidan McDermott

Department of Biostatistics, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Sponsored by

Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute

Food and Drug Administration

 

In 2010, the National Research Council (NRC) issued the report: "The Prevention and Treatment of Missing Data in Clinical Trials." This report, commissioned by the FDA, provides 18 recommendations. Since inference in the presence of missing datea requires untestable assumptions, Recommendation 15 states: "Sensitivity analyses should be part of the primary reporting of findings from clinical trials. Examining sensitivity to the assumptions about the missing data mechanism should be a mandatory component of reporting." This recommendation is echoed in the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute's (PCORI) Methodology Report (see Standard MD-5). PCORI requires all grantees to adhere to these standards. In this workshop:

 

-     Focus on repeated measures studies with missing data and death

-     Present a global sensitivity analysis methodology for comparing treatment groups

-     Discuss a recently developed semi-parametric approach and associated freely

      available, open source software for analyzing studies with non-death related drop-out

-     Discuss a recently developed approach and associated freely available, open source

      software for analyzing studies with intermittent missing data and death.

-     Present detailed case studies to illustrate the methodology. 

 

A link to course notes will be made available prior to the workshop.

 

AGENDA

Location: Anna Baetjer, Room W1030

 

9:00-10:20 AM  

Global Sensitivity Analysis for Monotone Missing Data

Presented by: Daniel Scharfstein

10:20-10:40 AM

Coffee Break

10:40 AM-12:00 PM

Global Sensitivity Analysis for Monotone Missing Data

Presented by: Daniel Scharfstein

12:00-1:00 PM

Lunch

1:00-2:20 PM

Introduction to R Software – SAMON

Presented by: Aidan McDermott

2:20-2:40 PM

Coffee Break

2:40-4:00 PM

Global Sensitivity Analysis for Studies with Intermittent Missing Data and Death

Presented by: Chenguang Wang

 

Audience: PCORI researchers, clinical trialists, and statisticians. Audience should have at least Master's level training in statistics. 

 

Accommodations: If you are attending the workshop and need overnight accommodations, please contact one of the Harbor Magic properties (Pier 5 Hotel, Admiral Fell Inn, or Inn at Henderson's Wharf) at 1-866-583-4162 and request the Johns Hopkins rate.


Cancellation policy

Should you need to cancel your registration, please contact the organizer do so prior to December 29, 2014 for a full refund. Any cancellations made after December 29, 2014 will forfeit the full registration fee. 

Location

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health 615 N. Wolfe Street, Anna Baetjer, Room W1030, Baltimore, Maryland, 21205, United States Get Directions

Organizer

Presented by: Daniel Scharfstein and Aidan McDermott Department of Biostatistics, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Sponsored by: Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute and the Food and Drug Administration

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