Sequential, multiple assignment, randomised trial designs


24 January 2023 - An adaptive intervention is a set of diagnostic, preventive, therapeutic, or engagement strategies that are used in stages, and the selection of the intervention at each stage is based on defined decision rules. 

At the beginning of each stage in care, treatment may be changed by the clinician to suit the needs of the patient.

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