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THINK BIG. KEEP IT SIMPLE. GET RELIABLE ANSWERS

Are you planning or running a randomized trial?

This course is aimed at current or potential trial investigators and senior trial managers.On this course, you will learn how to design and run streamlined, efficient trials to provide reliable answers which change practice. 

The programme will address;

  • streamlining key aspects of study design,
  • practicalities of running trials,
  • efficient fulfilment of regulatory requirements,
  • appropriate data analysis and reporting.

This course provides 12 CPD points.

The course is run by highly experienced clinical trialists, senior trial managers and statisticians who have run successful large trials including the:

  • Heart Protection Study: 20,000 - high vascular risk
  • SEARCH: 12,000 - prior vascular disease
  • ACST trials: 5000 - asymptomatic carotid stenosis
  • 3-C study: 900 - undergoing kidney transplantation
  • SHARP: 9500 - chronic kidney disease (18 countries)
  • HPS2-THRIVE: 25,000 - high vascular risk (UK, Scandinavia, China)
  • REVEAL: 30,000 - high vascular risk (10 countries, ongoing) 

Booking information     

Early Bird Rate £370

(Available for bookings made before 17.00 on April.)

Registration  £420

(Meals, including the course dinner, are included in the course fee.)

Please follow this link for online bookings

A small number of rooms are available at Jesus College. Please contact shortcourses@ndph.ox.ac.uk for more information.

 

Cancellation after 27 May 2019 will result in the loss of the course fee.

Feedback from delegates

“Overall a very good course. Had lots of useful tips and ideas”

"The workshops were very well structured and, in my opinion, an invaluable part of the course"

"All of the speakers were excellent"

   

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