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S4 conference

Day 2 – Tuesday March 6


8:30 Registration
9:00 Opening by Rens van de Schoot
9:10 Marija Maric  When less is more: Single-case research in youth clinical practice
10:00 Laslo Vincze Problems with power in a mixed ANOVA
10:20 Alan Johnson Ring out the old, Ring in the new: Field Research Designs for New Venture Teams using S4
10:40 Lucy Busija When less is not more: Trials and tribulations of achieving the required sample size in a ‘real-world’ cluster RCT
11:00 Coffee and Tea Break
11:30 Xynthia Kavelaars Going multivariate in clinical trial studies: Increasing efficiency using Bayesian adaptive methods for information sharing
11:50 Fayette Klaassen All for one or some for all? Bayesian evaluation of multiple N=1 hypotheses
12:10 Kimberley Lek Extreme survival guide: what to do with a single person and few observations?
12:30 Lunch and poster round 1
13:30 Patrick Onghena  One by one: The design and analysis of replicated randomized single-case experiments
14:20 Ana Slavec Determining the number of replicates in experimental studies with wood samples: how low can we go?
14:40 Martina McMenamin Improving the efficiency of rare disease trials using composite endpoints
15:00 Coffee and Tea Break
15:30 Tina Nane In and out of sample validation for structured expert judgment – a small sample size analysis
15:50 Leonard Vanbrabant Sample-size reduction by order constraints
16:10 Herbert Hoijtink Small Data is Becoming a Bigger Challenge
16:50 Conclusions day 2 by Milica Miočević
17:00 Drinks (included)
17:30 Dinner (registration is required)

find the pdf of the summarized agenda here