Welcome to the Society for Clinical Trials

A Message from 2018-2019 SCT President, Sumithra Mandrekar, PhD




2018-2019 SCT President, Sumithra Mandrekar, PhD

It is my distinct pleasure and honor to serve as president of this prestigious society. SCT is a unique multidisciplinary society with membership spanning multiple disciplines that are all critical to the field of clinical trials: biostatistics, Clinical areas, IT and systems, data management, regulatory bodies, protocol management, patient advocates, health outcomes researchers, and many others. Our members come from academia, industry, government and non-profit research and advocacy groups. Personally, I have benefitted greatly from being an active member of this society and participating in the annual meetings. I am deeply honored to serve as your president this upcoming year.

The Society for Clinical Trials is a scientific, educational, and charitable organization whose mission is to work internationally to advance human health through advocating the use of clinical trials, leading the development and dissemination of optimal methods and practices in clinical trials, and educating and developing clinical trial professionals. We accomplish this mission through our annual scientific meeting, which includes invited and contributed sessions, poster presentations, and educational short courses and workshops; our highly regarded journal Clinical Trials; our ongoing webinar series; and our many outreach activities. Thank you to each of you who participate in the society's activities and present in our annual meeting - this is a great educational opportunity for all of us engaged in clinical trials conduct and research.

SCT RSS Subscription  CLINICAL TRIALS RSS:


Generalizing the per-protocol treatment effect: The case of ACTG A5095

Comment on Vickers et al.

Shift models for dose-finding in partially ordered groups

Developing informed consent materials for non-English-speaking participants: An analysis of four professional firm translations from English to Spanish

A readily available improvement over method of moments for intra-cluster correlation estimation in the context of cluster randomized trials and fitting a GEE–type marginal model for binary outcomes

Understanding preferences regarding consent for pragmatic trials in acute care

What gives them the right? Legal privilege and waivers of consent for research

Global pharmacovigilance regulations: Call for re-harmonization

Effect of two different participant information sheets on recruitment to a falls trial: An embedded randomised recruitment trial

Patient-Reported Outcomes version of the Common Terminology Criteria for Adverse Events: Methods for item selection in industry-sponsored oncology clinical trials

Development of an online resource for recruitment research in clinical trials to organise and map current literature

Contingency management intervention targeting co-addiction of alcohol and drugs among American Indian adults: Design, methodology, and baseline data

Moving forward toward standardizing analysis of quality of life data in randomized cancer clinical trials

Triggered or routine site monitoring visits for randomised controlled trials: results of TEMPER, a prospective, matched-pair study

Recruitment and retention of the Hardest-to-Reach families in community-based asthma interventions

Comparing two methods for delivering clinical trial informed consent information to older adults: singular versus stepped approach

SCT RSS Subscription  Subscribe RSS


 

SCT Newsletter

SCT Newsletter Current Issue (vol 29):
President's Corner, Workshops, Seminars, Committee Updates, Webinars, Annual Meeting Promotion, Upcoming Events and more...
  Download Sept 2018 Issue »
 

David Sackett Trial of the Year

SCT Trial of the Year Award
11th Annual Award (2017)
Click for more details on this year's co-recipient award winners (NCT00268476 & AAV2-hRPE65v2)!
Read Full Press Release »
 

SCT Brochure

SCT Newsletter Society for Clinical Trials
An international professional organization dedicated to the theory and practice of clinical trials.
 Download Brochure »