Conceptual plan for a multi-modal transportation facility, station and site to be located west of E. Cleveland's Multi-modal Transportation Facility Study, Analysis and Plan The study will produce a comprehensive evaluation, focusing on the feasibility, site analysis, and area development for a potential multi-phased, multi-modal transportation facility that would accommodate RTA's Downtown Trolley and adjacent light rail service, Amtrak inter-city service, proposed commuter rail, and future high speed rail lines; as well as the relocation of Cleveland's Greyhound Station. The preferred concept incorporates both the Grand Hall and the Promenade concepts into a Transportation Campus hybrid approach. Building upon the preliminary work of our external partners at Bike Cleveland and the YMCA, this plan will examine the function, cost, design standards, and engineering requirements necessary to evaluate the implementation of a successful multi-phase build-out, made possible along corridors such as St.
Previous Next Feasibility and Investigator Selection Non-commercial trials that fail to meet their targets often result in a request for further funding or may not achieve a statistically significant result.
It is important to ensure that feasibility assessment and recruitment planning are considered during the study design and planning stage of a trial. For larger trials, the sponsor should consider, during the funding process, whether a feasibility or pilot study should be undertaken.
Guidance on maximising the impact of qualitative research in feasibility studies for RCTs was developed to help researchers consider the full range of contributions that qualitative research can make in relation to their particular trial. The QuinteT Recruitment Intervention QRI provides a flexible way of understanding recruitment difficulties and producing a plan to address them while ensuring engaged and well-informed decision making by patients.
A review of qualitative research provides further insights into barriers to recruitment. This review and synthesis of qualitative research examining the perspectives of patients and health professionals provides a conceptual framework to help researchers improve recruitment to depression trials.
Investigator Selection For multi-site trials, the careful selection and evaluation of investigator sites is critical for the successful completion of a trial within budget, timelines and to ensure the generation of high quality data. Factors that should influence investigator site selection include: Interest in the research question Experience and qualifications of the investigator Sufficient staff to conduct the study and their experience and qualifications Availability of suitable patient population: Anticipated rate of patient recruitment determined through feasibility assessments Conflicting studies competing for the patient population and potentially introducing recruitment bias Adequate time to conduct and oversee the trial Adequate facilities: Availability of any specialised diagnostic or therapeutic equipment required by the protocol Adequate space and storage conditions including archive Available resources in NHS support departments Track record with similar trials previously Geographic location Contractual and budgetary negotiations and arrangements.
The CTTI recommendations above stress the importance of patient and public engagement to improve trial success. The initiative includes a Stakeholder Identification and Analysis Tool to support this process.
PPI can help shape a number of factors that can improve trial feasibility and recruitment by addressing questions such as: Will the proposed recruitment strategy work? How could it be made easier for a patient to participate?Preliminary Conceptual Design and Financial Feasibility Study for Redevelopment of the Nueces County Courthouse Mesquite Street Corpus Christi, Texas Therefore, the proposed conceptual plan for re-use of the Nueces County Courthouse is a unit luxury for-lease.
This assessment is known as the Secondary School Facility Planning and Feasibility Study. The study will identify the challenges and opportunities facing each middle school and high school, determine options to address the needs identified, and prepare regional master plans to implement the options.
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Non-commercial trials that fail to meet their targets often result in a request for further funding or may not achieve a statistically significant result. LBA specializes in conducting the amusement park feasibility study, which is typically the first step of the development process.
Feasibility & Market Studies. The feasibility study is perhaps the most important step in our process because mistakes at such an early stage can permanently handicap the project’s performance.