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The Centre for Statistics in Medicine, University of Oxford invites you to join its Randomised Controlled Trials Course: A Guide to Design, Conduct, Analysis, Interpretation and Reporting.

This one-week residential course gives a thorough grounding in the principles and practice of randomised controlled trials for the evaluation of healthcare interventions. It includes talks and practicals to give examples and guidance on the methodology of trials using a problem-based learning approach.

Course tutors include Doug Altman (CSM, Oxford), Mike Clarke (Queen's Belfast), David Beard (NDORMS, Oxford), Susan Dutton (CSM, Oxford), Vicki Barber (OCTRU, Oxford) and Ed Juszczak (NPEU, Oxford).

The course is aimed at those planning or actively involved in trials, or individuals interested in furthering their knowledge of trial methodology. Applications are invited from clinical and non-clinical researchers, statisticians, and other professionals allied to medicine, particularly those early in their career.