An opportunity to learn about methods for evidence generation for clinical tests and medical devices.
The NIHR Newcastle In Vitro Diagnostics Co-operative (Newcastle MIC) will be hosting a workshop on the 10th April, preceding the Diagnostics North East Conference 2019 on the 11th April.
The aim of the workshop is to give some insights in the key steps and methods for evidence generation for clinical tests and medical devices. At the end of the workshop attendees will have a clearer idea of how to conduct research to aid generation of the evidence required to support adoption within the NHS.
To register your place at the workshop, please click the Register button at the top of the page to access the external registration page.
12:45-13:00 - Registration
13:00-13:10 - Welcome and Introduction
13:10-13:50 - Defining the value propositions: care pathway analysis
Delivered by Sara Graziadio (NIHR Newcastle MIC)
13:50-14:30 - Health economic evaluations in diagnostics
Delivered by Eoin Moloney and Dimitrios Tzelis (Institute of Health and Society, Newcastle University)
14:30-15:10 - Systematic literature reviews and evidence synthesis
Delivered by Lynn Barron-Miller and Patience Kunonga (Institute of Health and Society, Newcastle University)
15:10-15:30 - Refreshment break
15:30-16:10 - Statistical approaches to evaluating diagnostics tests
Delivered by Kevin Wilson (School of Mathematics, Statistics and Physics) and Clare Lendrem (NIHR Newcastle MIC)
16:10-16:50 - Clinical studies: the practical side from HRA approval to study closure
Delivered by Lisa Shaw (Stroke Research Group, Newcastle University)
16:50-17:00 - Conclusions
17:00-17:30 - Drinks and networking