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Infographic: 10 steps to consider before choosing an adaptive design

While adaptive designs can deliver significant benefits to clinical development-  including ethical benefits for patients, reduced costs, and improved likelihood of trial success- they are not suitable for every clinical trial.  In making the assessment of whether or not to choose an adaptive design, trial planners need to weigh the strategic benefits against the practical implications. 

We have previously discussed on the blog, the 10 steps proposed by Jim Bolognese and Ranganath Nayak to assist sponsors in making this decision. In this blog, we are delighted to share a simple infographic outlining the process. 

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 Further reading


Blog: To Adapt or Not To Adapt

Blog: Decision making in early clinical development

Blog: 5 Scenarios when Keep it Simple may be bad advice for clinical trial designers


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