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To understand the key features in the design, analysis and reporting of cluster randomised trials.
It is an option for all students on the MSc Clinical Trials, PG Diploma Clinical Trials and MSc Epidemiology.
15 [150 hours]
Formal assessment of the module will be by two assessed assignments, each worth 50% of the overall mark.
If you fail the module overall, you are allowed one further attempt at the failed element(s).
For full information regarding this module please see the module specification.