Maurice Bloch Seminar: Professor Kerry Hood

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We are pleased to invite you to:

The Institute of Health and Wellbeing Maurice Bloch Annual Lecture Series 2016/17

Title: Randomised Trials & Routine Data: the promise, the reality and the potential

Presenter: Professor Kerry Hood

Date: Monday 21 November 2016

Time: 1pm lunch will be served 30mins beforehand

Venue: Yudowitz seminar room, Wolfson Medical Building

Chair: Professor Sharon Simpson

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RCTs have become more expensive and challenging to undertake and there are concerns about the co-intervention effects of proactive data collections processes and challenges of loss to follow up. The pursuit in the NHS of single electronic records have been paired with the promise of capturing large amounts of data on participants in trials from what is collected during their usual contacts with the health service. Parallel centralised approaches to records have also been developed in other sectors. This talk will use examples from major trials, including the Building Blocks trial of the Family Nurse Partnership in England, to explore the strengths and weaknesses of using routine data and consider what might become more possible in the future.

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