Randomisation is considered the gold standard when allocating participants in randomised controlled trials. This is due to the methods ability to remove biases such as selection bias. Previous research we have conducted shows that there is a small selection of methods more commonly used in trials. We found a few characteristics appearing to be associated with choice of randomisation method, but that doesn’t explain all of the variation.
This webinar will detail focus groups conducted with researchers working in UK Clinical Trials Units. The aim was to better understand the decision-making process when selecting a randomisation method and explore causes for this variation in practice.
Please note, you need to register for this event in order to receive an email invitation to join the session. Registrations are limited to 250 attendees and places will be offered on a first come first served basis.
This webinar will be hosted via MS Teams. You will need access to the web and sound facilities in order to view the webinar.
A recording of the webinar will be made available after the event. Previous recordings can be found here: https://www.methodologyhubs.mrc.ac.uk/about/webinar/
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