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Synergy in Action

3rd Annual Congress

20 – 21 February, 2007   //   Washington DC, USA

Day 1 (February 20, 2007)

Related Publications:
AC Leon, H Demirtas, D Hedeker

Bias Reduction With an Adjustment for Participants’ Intent to Dropout of a Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial

Cliinical Trials. 2007;4(5):540-7.PMID: 17942469

Session I: Conducting CNS Clinical Trials in the Developing World Co-chairs:

L Alphs

JP Lindenmayer

Welcome G Awad

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Introduction and Objectives of Meeting L Alphs

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The Challenges and Opportunities for Global Clinical Development – An Industry Perspective M Page

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Multi-National Trials in the Developing World: Conceptualizing the Trials—An Academic Perspective A Kiev

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Multi-National Trials in the Developing World: Conceptualizing the Trials—An Industry Perspective R Anand
Setting Up and Implementing Protocols in the Developing World: Special Issues When Conducting Multi-National Trials with Centers in the Developing World and Their Solution–A CRO Perspective A Kalali
Reviewing the Protocol Submissions: A Developing Country Perspective on Issues to Be Considered in Approving a Global Trial-An Indian Regulatory Perspective S Khanna

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Conducting CNS Trials in Developing Countries

 

JK Trivedi

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A Case Study: Evaluating Cognition In Multi-National in Developing World Trials T Sharma

R Mohs

Reviewing Data from Multi-National Trials in the Developing World: FDA Perspective NA Khin
Reviewing Data from Multi-National Trials in the Developing World: European Regulatory Perspective G Pons
Multi-National Trials in the Developing World: Ethics Roundtable and Discussion Co-Chairs:

G Gharabawi

S Khanna

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Participants:

R Mahmoud

A Gilman

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JP Lindenmayer

Summary of Session JP Lindenmayer

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Dinner with Thorny Topics  

Day 2 (February 21, 2007)

Session II: Methodological Challenges in Randomized Effectiveness Trials in Psychiatry Chairs:

P Wang

A Leon

DEDICATION TO THE MEMORY OF WAYNE FENTON R. Heinssen
Introduction: Objectives of Session J Rasmussen

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Objectives of Effectiveness Trials and Prior Experience with Them in the Psychiatry P Wang
Study Designs (Future Studies) S Murphy

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Statistical Challenges Of Randomized Effectiveness Trials D Hedeker

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Results of Randomized Effectiveness Trials: Translation to Clinical Practice A Grogg

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Summary of Session A Leon