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Title: Duke - Lesson 2: Statistical Issues in the Design of a Trial, Part 1

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Title Duke - Lesson 2: Statistical Issues in the Design of a Trial, Part 1
Contributor/Contact Karen Pieper, MS
Institution Duke
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URL_Web_Link Lesson 2 Online Course
Type of Course Single Presentation
Level of Course Beginning
Audience Graduate Student, Clinical Researcher
Topics Description Objectives:
* Identify the issues associated with designing a sample clinical study for which results can be extrapolated to the general population.
* Describe the role of statistics and experimental design in clinical research.
* Distinguish the types of randomized studies.
* Define the types of blinded studies.
* Classify the phases of a study.
Software Program NA


Keywords Experimental design
Nonrandomized studies
Simple randomization
Blocked randomization
Randomization process
Group allocation design
Factorial design
Crossover design
Phases of a study
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Type of Activity Video Presentation
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Topic revision: r3 - 08 Oct 2012 - 13:53:48 - MaryBanach

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