The New England Journal of Medicine invites you to participate online in an open conversation about the sharing of clinical trial data. Learn from expert speakers and panel discussions featuring clinical trialists, data analysts, and patient participants, as well as government and funding agencies. Participate in moderated Q&A sessions and share your expertise in online breakout sessions.
Together, let's examine the potential for data sharing to teach us things we did not know, to maximize the contribution of patients who put themselves at risk, and to make a positive impact on health outcomes.
Be Part of the Solution.
This web event assembles a number of expert speakers and panelists to represent viewpoints of those most involved in clincal trial data sharing - researchers, clinical trial patients, and funding agencies - to ensure an open and balanced dialogue.
Join the Open Dialogue.
Gain greater insight into existing data sharing issues from leading experts, engage through Q&A sessions and online working groups, and take part in identifying viable solutions for the responsible sharing of clinical trial data.
Gain Valuable Insights.
- Practical advice on data center requirements before, during, and after the clinical trial
- Expert panel discussions of key issues such as data reproduction, secondary analyses, and reward systems
- Lessons learned from the SPRINT Data Analysis Challenge, a real-life data sharing example
- Explore funding organizations’ viewpoints on sharing clinical trial data