Advancing Clinical Trials in Nursing Homes: A Proposed Roadmap to Success.
AuthorGurwitz, Jerry H
Quinn, Charlene C
Abi-Elias, Ivan H
Adams, Alyce S
Magaziner, Jay S
Mazor, Kathleen M
Mitchell, Susan L
JournalJournal of the American Medical Directors Association
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AbstractAn effective clinical research effort in nursing homes to address prevention and treatment of COVID-19 faced overwhelming challenges. Under the Health Care Systems Research Network-Older Americans Independence Centers AGING Initiative, a multidisciplinary Stakeholder Advisory Panel was convened to develop recommendations to improve the capability of the clinical research enterprise in US nursing homes. The Panel considered the nursing home as a setting for clinical trials, reviewed the current state of clinical trials in nursing homes, and ultimately developed recommendations for the establishment of a nursing home clinical trials research network that would be centrally supported and administered. This report summarizes the Panel's recommendations, which were developed in alignment with the following core principles: build on available research infrastructure where appropriate; leverage existing productive partnerships of researchers with groups of nursing homes and nursing home corporations; encompass both efficacy and effectiveness clinical trials; be responsive to a broad range of stakeholders including nursing home residents and their care partners; be relevant to an expansive range of clinical and health care delivery research questions; be able to pivot as necessary to changing research priorities and circumstances; create a pathway for industry-sponsored research as appropriate; invest in strategies to increase diversity in study populations and the research workforce; and foster the development of the next generation of nursing home researchers. © 2021 AMDA – The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine
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Identifier to cite or link to this itemhttp://hdl.handle.net/10713/17603
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