Neurological Emergencies
Treatment Trials
SAEM 2006
Disclaimer
• We don’t have authoritative answers to
any of your questions
• We have applied to be the Clinical Coor-
dinat...
History
• Oct 2003 - first organizational NET*2 meeting
• Mar 2004 – NIH conference on ENTCN
• 2004-2005 NET*2 investigato...
Defining Principals
• Set forth by NINDS
• Very early enrollment
• Diverse enrollment, hub and spoke design
• Large simple...
Operational Principals
• Our vision
• Streamlined operations
• Technological efficiencies when possible
• Centralized outc...
Impact
• Opportunity to advance care of patients
with neuro-emergencies
• Large NIH investment in emergency
medicine clini...
What does an application need?
• We don’t really know
• Enrollment
• Experience
• Collaboration
Enrollment
• Sufficient patient volume
• Access to diverse diagnoses
– Adults and children
– Neurotrauma, TBI and SCI
– St...
Experience
• ED clinical trials (any disease)
• Institutional track record
• Cross disciplinary research
Collaboration
• Emergency Medical Services
• Spokes
– Diversity
– Buy in
• Cross disciplinary
– Emergency Medicine
– Neuro...
Spokes
• Don’t have to use all spokes for all trials
• Look for areas of concentration
– Trauma
– Stroke
– EMS expertise
Budget suggestions
• Include all effort needed to:
– Set up the program
– Prepare potentially complex IRB apps
– Enroll su...
Budget suggestions
Resources
• RFA for the 3 components
• ENCTN final report
• UM CCC application
• Links to all available at
http://sitemake...
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  1. 1. Neurological Emergencies Treatment Trials SAEM 2006
  2. 2. Disclaimer • We don’t have authoritative answers to any of your questions • We have applied to be the Clinical Coor- dinating Center for this application, but this has not been awarded to anybody yet • We do not represent the NINDS or any agency here, we are just sharing personal opinions based on having thought a lot about this network
  3. 3. History • Oct 2003 - first organizational NET*2 meeting • Mar 2004 – NIH conference on ENTCN • 2004-2005 NET*2 investigator initiated planning and pilot trial grant applications / surveillance • Nov 2005 – RFA for NETT Coordinating Center • Apr 2006 – RFA for NETT Hubs and SDMC
  4. 4. Defining Principals • Set forth by NINDS • Very early enrollment • Diverse enrollment, hub and spoke design • Large simple trials
  5. 5. Operational Principals • Our vision • Streamlined operations • Technological efficiencies when possible • Centralized outcome assessments • Clinical translation
  6. 6. Impact • Opportunity to advance care of patients with neuro-emergencies • Large NIH investment in emergency medicine clinical research • Re-engineering the clinical research enterprise
  7. 7. What does an application need? • We don’t really know • Enrollment • Experience • Collaboration
  8. 8. Enrollment • Sufficient patient volume • Access to diverse diagnoses – Adults and children – Neurotrauma, TBI and SCI – Stroke, ischemic and hemorrhagic – Seizure, meningitis, anoxic injury • Local infrastructure
  9. 9. Experience • ED clinical trials (any disease) • Institutional track record • Cross disciplinary research
  10. 10. Collaboration • Emergency Medical Services • Spokes – Diversity – Buy in • Cross disciplinary – Emergency Medicine – Neuro-Critical Care – Neurology / Neurosurgery – Trauma surgery
  11. 11. Spokes • Don’t have to use all spokes for all trials • Look for areas of concentration – Trauma – Stroke – EMS expertise
  12. 12. Budget suggestions • Include all effort needed to: – Set up the program – Prepare potentially complex IRB apps – Enroll subjects in two trials, best guess – Collect and report data – Provide informatics support • Include – Travel to investigator meetings
  13. 13. Budget suggestions
  14. 14. Resources • RFA for the 3 components • ENCTN final report • UM CCC application • Links to all available at http://sitemaker.umich.edu/NETT
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