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Clinical trials are experiments designed to evaluate new interventions to prevent or treat disease in humans. The interventions evaluated can be drugs, devices (e.g., hearing aid), surgeries, behavioral interventions (e.g., smoking cessation program), community health programs (e.g. cancer screening programs) or health delivery systems (e.g., special care units for hospital admissions). We consider clinical trials experiments because the investigators rather than the patients or their doctors select the treatment the patients receive. Results from randomized clinical trials are usually considered the highest level of evidence for determining whether a treatment is effective because trials incorporates features to ensure that evaluation of the benefits and risks of treatments are objective and unbiased. The FDA requires that drugs or biologics (e.g., vaccines) are shown to be effective in clinical trials before they can be sold in the US. The course will explain the basic principles for design of randomized clinical trials and how they should be reported. In the first part of the course, students will be introduced to terminology used in clinical trials and the several common designs used for clinical trials, such as parallel and cross-over designs. We will also explain some of the mechanics of clinical trials, like randomization and blinding of treatment. In the second half of the course, we will explain how clinical trials are analyzed and interpreted. Finally, we will review the essential ethical consideration involved in conducting experiments on people....



3. Juli 2018

High quality course ! covering important areas and detailed lectures, more and better than a mere introduction. Congrats ! My only regret : I'd have liked to hear more about NI and equivalence trials


18. Sep. 2019

This course would be most useful to the participant if pursued within a short time-frame, of maximum of 6 weeks. Both lecturers were clear and good communicators. I would take more of their classes.

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von Megan D

27. Apr. 2020

Very informative, and great overview


5. Juni 2019

The good basis of clinical trials

von Jennifer R R

16. Juli 2021

Engaging materials and visuals.

von Ilunga M

28. Juni 2020

I wanted to learn more and more

von Miguel M V

26. Aug. 2020

would have wanted more content

von Angela J

21. Okt. 2016

Good introductory course.

von abdullah B

9. Nov. 2019

it was very good class

von Kamesh G

23. Okt. 2016

Great work! Thank you.

von Ernesto G G

21. Nov. 2021

Very Good, Than You!

von Suha A

29. Aug. 2021

Nice ,clear course

von Sumit S

20. Dez. 2017

Excellent course.

von Rahma m

26. Dez. 2018

Excellent course


29. Sep. 2018

It was amagazin

von Qier W

19. Sep. 2020

Great teacher!


22. Aug. 2020

Usefull course

von Muhammed E M

5. Aug. 2020

Good course !

von Xiaomin W

22. Dez. 2020

Very good!

von Natalia R

19. Jan. 2020

Very good!


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von Konstantinos P

9. Juni 2022

A lot of useful information is included, however the presentation of this information and the examples given are not practical enough. I would personally prefer e.g.including repeating a standardized approach to evaluating research papers/ designing virtual examples of clinical trials multiple times, to get a more practical sense of how this information is applied, as well as building useful habits.

von colleen m

26. Juni 2022

The course was interesting and informative but, the discussion was lacking. There were several discussion forums where I was hoping for a comment from an instructor to clarify and discuss the answers but, I was not able to find where the instructors had engaged at all. It was kind of disappointing and left me feeling like my understanding of the subject was being left incomplete.