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Adding value to Phase I and II Trials with Qualitative Sub-studies

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The Cancer Quality of Life Expert Service Team (CQUEST) in collaboration with the Cancer Symptoms Trials (CST) Group and Palliative Care Clinical Studies Collaborative (PaCCSC) Qualitative Research Subcommittee will be hosting a free, one-hour virtual workshop. This workshop will introduce the benefits of including a qualitative sub-study in early phase trials, along with some practical considerations. Expressions of interest will be invited for attending a further, more in-depth workshop helping you develop a qualitative sub-study for your particular trial.

This workshop is for members of the Cancer Cooperative Trials Groups (CCTG) and is free, however registration is required. The Zoom link will be sent to participants closer to the date. 

For questions, please contact the CQUEST team: cquest@uts.edu.au.

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