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A Five Phase Model of Intervention Research

Marc Fey
10.1044/cred-gsd-r101-001
Our idea with the phases of research was just that, in our view, there needs to be an order to the research and development of new intervention techniques. That there was, in fact, very little order in the studies of intervention of young children. So, we were hoping to make ... Continue to Article >>

Need for Adaptive Research Designs in Speech-Language Pathology

Christy Ludlow
10.1044/cred-pvd-c13002
This presentation was delivered as part of a workshop session on the application of adaptive design principles to clinical trials in speech-language pathology. For an overview of adaptive designs, see Adaptive Trial Designs for the Development of Treatment Parameters. The following is a transcript of the presentation video, edited for ... Continue to Article >>

Designing Clinical Trials in Swallowing: Where have we been, where are we going?

JoAnne Robbins
10.1044/cred-pvd-c13004
This presentation was delivered as part of a workshop session on the application of adaptive design principles to clinical trials in speech-language pathology. JoAnne Robbins, a swallowing researcher, discusses challenges in her past and current clinical trials, while Sharon Yeatts, a biostatistician, provides her thoughts on potential opportunities and pitfalls ... Continue to Article >>

Adaptive Clinical Designs

Ray Kent
10.1044/cred-pvd-c13005
This presentation was delivered as part of a workshop session on the application of adaptive design principles to clinical trials in speech-language pathology. Ray Kent provides summary thoughts and comments on the seminar, with additional comments from Sharon Yeatts, who explored adaptive designs in greater depth in her presentation, Adaptive ... Continue to Article >>

Adaptive Trial Designs for the Development of Treatment Parameters

Sharon Yeatts
10.1044/cred-pvd-c13001
The following is a transcript of the presentation video, edited for clarity. My name is Sharon Yeatts, and I'm an Assistant Professor of Biostatistics with the Data Coordination Unit at MUSC. And we are responsible in many cases, as the Statistics and Data Management Center for helping to design and ... Continue to Article >>

Using an Accelerated Longitudinal Design to Study Outcomes for Children Who Are Hard of Hearing

Mary Pat Moeller
10.1044/cred-gsd-bts-001
I'll start with just a little bit of background. It's interesting that in contrast to a large number of studies that have been done with children who have cochlear implants, there really is a major gap in the evidence on children who are hard of hearing and wear hearing aids ... Continue to Article >>

Clinical Trials Concept Proposal: Thirty-One Essential Elements

Gordon B. Hughes
10.1044/cred-gsd-ps-cpri004
Presented at the Clinical Practice Research Institute (CPRI). Hosted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Research Mentoring Network. Essential Elements 1. List the title of the proposed research, the Principal Investigator(s), and the institution(s). 2. If prior clinical trial experience is minimal, appoint clinical trial expert(s) as key personnel to help ... Continue to Article >>