The five day course 'A Practical Guide to Cluster Randomised Trials and Stepped Wedge Design' took place at the PCTU between 29th April and 3rd May 2019.
The PCTU aims to run this course on an annual basis at a similar time of year. A timetable for the course taking place in 2020 will be released in due course.
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Feedback from previous delegates:
“A very useful introduction to the key aspects of CRTs. Very well organised and useful course material”
“CRTs are new to me so it was all useful”
“Very enjoyable and informative”
“Exercises were very worthwhile and helpful in consolidating theory. Really appreciated example articles as well. Thank you”
A Practical Guide to Cluster Randomised Trials and Stepped Wedge Design 2019
Who this course is for
Introductory course content
- Introduction to design
- Principles of health economics,
- Avoiding bias and process evaluations
- Introduction to analysis and sample size calculations.
Advanced course content
Health economic analysis
Sample size calculations
*QMUL staff receive a 33% discount