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17 Sept 2019

MACH Offers Two Workshops in Pragmatic Cluster Randomised Trials

In conjunction with VicBiostat, Monash Partners, and the Australian Clinical Trials Alliance, the MACH is pleased to offer two separate innovative workshops exploring the latest in "step-wedge" or cluster randomised trial design. These one day and two-day workshops will be led by international leaders in the area, Prof Karla Hemming (University of Birmingham) and A/Prof Monica Taljaard (University of Ottawa). 

Workshop 1 (21-22 November 2019), 9am-5pm

Design, conduct, analysis and reporting of pragmatic stepped-wedge and related cluster randomised trial designed

Target audience: clinical and health services researchers, trialists and biostatisticians

Workshop 2 (25 November 2019), 9am-5pm

The stepped-wedge and related cluster randomised trial designs: tools for evidence-based policy and practice (overview)

Target audience: clinicians and health policy makers as well as researchers

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