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This session covers:

  • The importance of randomisation and blinding
  • The differences between these two aspects of trial design

It will cover the different methods of randomisation including simple, stratified and minimisation. The main issues of blinding will be explored, including what is meant by double and single blinding, and the importance of identifying exactly who is blinded to what. 

Places need to be booked on this course.

Please email to reserve your space.