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Institute of Clinical Trials and Methodology (D65)






Institute of Clinical Trials and Methodology (D65)


D65 Training Course: An Introduction to Design & Analysis of Clinical Trials 07/11/2022


Training Course: An Introduction to Design & Analysis of Clinical Trials: Statistics for Non-Statisticians.


This four-day course will provide an introduction to the principles and application of statistics in the randomised controlled trial (RCT) environment. It will explain what's important and why and enable understanding of statistical methods and analyses in RCTs.


Intended audience

Non-statisticians working in clinical trials who only have a basic level of statistical knowledge at present and wish to be more familiar with the meanings of common statistical terms used in clinical trials and the interpretation of results. Generally this course is aimed at people with less than 3 years' experience in a Clinical Trials setting, although all applicants are welcome.


This course is free for staff from Units within ICTM (CRUK-CTC, CCTU, MRC CTU at UCL and PRIMENT) although places are limited. Places on this course are limited, If demand exceeds the number of places, places will be awarded to those who the course presenters believe will benefit most from the course.Fees are based on the attendee's organisation as follows:


£60 for attendees from other UCL departments;

£60 for student attendees

£60 for attendees from Low Middle Income Countries (LMIC)

£120 for attendees from other not-for-profit organisations; and

£120 for attendees from for-profit organisations.


Attendee CategoryCost   
1) UCL Staff & Students£60.00[Read More]
2) Lower Middle Income Countries (LMIC).£60.00[Read More]
3) External Students & Attendees from Non for Profit Organisations.£120.00[Read More]
4) Attendees From Profit Organisations.£120.00[Read More]

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