Lecture 2A: Rationale for Randomization

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Clinical Research, Trial Design, Clinical Trial Design, Clinical Trial Management

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Randomization and Masking

This week we discuss two key design features of randomized clinical trials used to protect against bias, randomization and masking.

Taught By

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    Janet Holbrook, PhD, MPH

    Associate Professor, Epidemiology

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    Lea T. Drye, PhD

    Assistant Scientist, Epidemiology

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