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Bayesian critical care trials are becoming increasingly popular because of their adaptive and flexible qualities. Michael O. Harhay, MPH, MS, PhD, cochair of the Society of Critical Care Medicine's Discovery Research Methodology Workgroup, reviews the latest information on Bayesian trials and how best to implement this trial method during this webcast.
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The bias created by confounders significantly affects interpretation of outcome in observational studies. This webcast from Discovery, the Critical Care Research Network:
Analyzes the potential impact of confounders on the interpretation of outcomes in observational studies
Evaluates the effectiveness of covariate adjustment using multivariable regression models in controlling for confounders in observational studies
Creates a plan to apply propensity score methods to match individuals in the control group to the exposure group based on equal propensity scores
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The American College of Radiology® (ACR®) Center for Research and Innovation (CRI) has partnered with SCCM, serving as the overall imaging repository for the VIRUS COVID-19 Registry. The ACR CRI is collecting all diagnostic images for the VIRUS COVID-19 Registry, creating a link between the images and clinical data collected by SCCM and archiving the images to make them accessible to participating sites and interested researchers. For more information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The STOP-VIRUS Collaborative is a limited-time network of intensive care units focused on improving outcomes for patients with COVID-19. This learning collaborative focuses on interventions aimed at reducing marked variations in the outcomes of critically ill patients unexplained by demographics, comorbidities, and severity of illness.