Save the Date: May 4th, QMUL webinar on theme – “What use are cluster randomised trials and stepped wedge designs in the COVID pandemic?”. This will consist of a series of presentations looking at the impact of the Covid pandemic on the conduct of cluster trials and how cluster / stepped wedge designed trials may be adapted to collect data during a pandemic. Please look out for further notices for more details.
A new website devoted to explaining stepped wedge trials in a non-technical fashion has been published
Exciting 18 months post-doc position available in Rours, France to work on time-to-event outcomes in cluster randomized trials.
London, week commencing 7th June 2021
This annual meeting consists of a series of short talks, poster presentations and discussions and workshops…
London 15th June to 19th June 2020
This course is based on the book ‘A Practical Guide to Cluster Randomised Trials in Health Services Research’ by Sandra Eldridge and Sally Kerry…