Module leader: Catherine Arundel
Randomised controlled trials (RCTs) form the basis for evidence-based medicine and healthcare. Many thousands of RCTs are completed each year and although the principles of a RCT are relatively straightforward, it is important that they are designed and conducted to the highest standard so we can rely on their results.
In this course the practical issues involved in designing and conducting RCTs are explained and practical sessions are set up to help you understand and navigate these tasks.
Follow the link for further details of Practical Randomised Controlled Trials HEA00112M.
You should normally be a graduate with a 2:1 degree or higher, or equivalent from an overseas university, and be able to demonstrate that you have the necessary knowledge of and interest in a relevant area of health sciences. Applicants are assessed on a case-by-case basis, and we follow the University’s Equal Opportunities policy.
If you successfully complete this course you will be awarded 10 credit points by the University of York, at Level 7.
Please visit www.york.ac.uk/healthsciences/gradschool/funding/.