Distance learning cluster randomised trials short course

November – June yearly (expected to take 150 hours)

A module to understand the key features in the design, analysis and reporting of cluster randomised trials. Trials in which individuals are randomised in groups (clusters) are being increasingly utilised, especially in the fields of infectious diseases, implementation research, and public health and complex interventions. This module will consider the advantages and disadvantages of the use of cluster trials, with particular emphasis on statistical considerations for their design and analysis, as well as the implications for informed consent and reporting.

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