Munya Dimairo supervises 2nd year MBChB intern Abigail Stevely
Munya Dimairo has been supervising Abigail Stevely a 2nd year MBChB intern working on adaptive designs related project investigating “Differential reporting of group sequential randomised controlled trials in “high impact” medical journals: shortcomings of the CONSORT 2010 statement”.
Based upon this work, Abi was awarded the ScHARR Research Attachment Award of £200 and was successful in having her research accepted as a poster presentation at the Evidence Live 2015 conference in Oxford (13-14 April 2015).
In addition to this, she has also won a competition for reduced student fees and the CTU sponsored her outstanding fees towards the conference.
Munya will give an oral presentation on this work at the Society for Clinical Trials conference (Virginia, US).
http://evidencelive.org/evidence-live-2015-poster/ BN 13_Inadequate reporting of group sequential randomised controlled trials (GS RCT) shortcomings of the CONSORT 2010 statement_Stevely