Current Developments in Cluster Randomised Trials and Stepped Wedge Designs 2019

12-13 November 2019

This annual meeting consists of a series of short talks, poster presentations and discussions and workshops about new perspectives for the design, the analysis, and the reporting of cluster and stepped wedge designs. 

Click here to download the programme, and click below for presentations that the speakers are happy to share.

Liz Turner “Assessing the reporting of binary effect measures in CRTs: results from a crowd-sourced methods based review”

Karla Hemming “Contamination in individually randomised trials: when is a cluster trial more efficient”

Andrew Copas “Efficient cluster randomised trial design when the ICC differs between arms”

Jessica Kasza “Sample size and power calculations for open cohort stepped wedge designs”

Michael Grayling “Outcome adaptive intervention roll out in stepped-wedge cluster randomised trials”

Josselin Thuilliez “Health economics for cluster randomised trials”

Stephen Nash “Introducing a Stata program to perform cluster level analysis of clinical trials: clan”

Laura Pankhurst “The PITHIA trial: a stepped wedge, cluster randomised, registry based national trial with economic evaluation”

Mirjam Moerbeek “The cluster randomized crossover trial: the effects of attrition in the AB/BA design and how to repair for it”

James Martin “Designing a stepped-wedge cluster randomised trial with treatment effect and time effect heterogeneity across strata”

Nicholas Jewell “Stepped Wedge Test-Negative Trials”

Caroline Kristunas “Improving the feasibility of stepped-wedge cluster randomised trials: findings of a qualitative interview study”