Master of Science (MSc) - Methods in Clinical Trials CH&E 6024   Methods in Clinical Trials
CREDIT HOURS: 3
This course is developed for students in the graduate program of Community Health and Epidemiology who have a particular interest in randomized controlled trials (RCT's). Participants will be introduced to the practical issues in designing a controlled clinical trial by developing a clinical trial protocol throughout the course. Several designs for RCT's and Cancer clinical trials will be examined. The course will review the methods of how to analyze continuous and categorical data as well as censored data and perform interim analysis. The course will cover topics on sample size determination, Meta-Analysis and Bayesian methodology. Evaluation is based on the written protocol and statistical analysis on a simulated data set based on the written protocol.
PREREQUISITES: CH&E 5010 & CH&E 5019