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January 15, 2019

Job opportunity: ACTA Communications Manager

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January 8, 2019

Clinical Trials Adaptation Clinic – register your interest now for this advanced training session

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November 8, 2018

MRFF’s new Research and Innovation Priorities – a major boost for evidence-based health care

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November 5, 2018

@ACTAcommunity bigging-up #clinicaltrials @ the #ACTASummit

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November 5, 2018

ACTA Central Team and CT:IQ working closely together – quite literally!

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The development of ACTA is supported by more than 50 individual clinical trials networks, clinical trial coordinating centres and clinical quality registries.

These groups bring together hundreds of doctors, nurses, allied health and research professionals to generate evidence about which treatments work, which don’t, and which are most cost-effective for the Australian health system.

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Biostatisticians: want hands-on experience in applying cutting edge methods using R and/or STATA? Join our two-day Adaptive clinical trial design workshop featuring @JMSWason, @Ademander, David Robertson and Michael Grayling: https://t.co/y2ntMHJA41.

Our Registry-Randomised Trials Colloquium in Adelaide has a new speaker on-board! Professor Andrew Spencer. Combating Multiple Myeloma - https://t.co/pvwN0kXUAb via @YouTube
Want to hear more about his work? Register now
https://t.co/s5Ebn44U3h
#clinicaltrials #research #events

Clinical trialists: Interested in utilising innovative trial designs but don’t know where to start? ACTA are hosting an Adaptation Clinic where you can receive personalised advice on how new methodology can best answer your research question. Register now! https://t.co/fJNqyJ5w18

You will engage with great presenters: Emily Hurley, Dr Robert Herkes, Prof Steve Wesselingh, Dr Ed Litton, Prof Ian Harris, Prof John Beltram, Dr Rosanna Tavella, Stephen McDonald https://t.co/L20vHQXNre

Clinical researchers, keen to have your thoughts heard? The @nhmrc has launched its 2018 survey which is open to clinician researchers in medicine, nursing and allied health. To complete the survey, go to: https://t.co/R1231bKRGg

A fishbowl view of the successful ACTA Summit! Thank you to our principle partners #Bellberry and @CTImpactQuality, and our sponsors @MedResearchNSW, @MTPConnect_AUS, @ClinTrialRefer, @Datapharm and @Res4Me for supporting this wonderful event. #ACTAsummit @SmilieKylie https://t.co/YIIhl7MteF ACTAcommunity photo

Huge thanks and kudos to our #ACTASummit Principal Sponsors @CTImpactQuality and #Bellberry – great you are helping us grow, strengthen and support our #clinicaltrials sector
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