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Published by Taylor & Francis in Boca Raton .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Clinical trials,
  • Cluster analysis,
  • Cluster Analysis,
  • Randomized Controlled Trials as Topic -- methods,
  • Data Interpretation, Statistical

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementauthors, Richard J. Hayes and Lawrence H. Moulton.
SeriesInterdisciplinary statistics
ContributionsMoulton, Lawrence H.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsR853.C55 H39 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationxxii, 315 p.
Number of Pages315
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19288120M
ISBN 109781584888161
LC Control Number2008035804

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  Cluster Randomised Trials, Second Edition discusses the design, conduct, and analysis of trials that randomise groups of individuals to different treatments. It explores the advantages of cluster randomisation, with special attention given to evaluating the effects of interventions against infectious by: Cluster Randomised Trials, Second Edition discusses the design, conduct, and analysis of trials that randomise groups of individuals to different treatments. It explores the advantages of cluster randomisation, with special attention given to evaluating the . Book Description Cluster Randomised Trials discusses the design, conduct, and analysis of health trials that randomise groups of individuals to different treatments. It explores the advantages of cluster randomization, with special attention given to evaluating the . The cluster randomized trial (CRT) is the gold standard for evaluating the effectiveness of medical interventions. The book describes in detail the aspects of CRT designs and the analysis of data from such trials.

  The book encourages readers to apply the methods to their own trials, reproduce the analyses presented, and explore alternative approaches. AB - Cluster Randomised Trials, Second Edition discusses the design, conduct, and analysis of trials that randomise groups of individuals to different by: 2. Cluster Randomised Trials discusses the design, conduct, and analysis of health trials that randomise groups of individuals to different treatments. It explores the advantages of cluster randomization, with special attention given to evaluating the effects of interventions against infectious diseases. Avoiding unnecessary mathematical detail, the book covers basic concepts underlying the use of cluster randomisation.   Cluster randomised trials are trials in which groups (or clusters) of individuals are randomly allocated to different forms of treatment. In health care, these trials often compare different ways of managing a disease or promoting healthy living, in contrast to conventional randomised trials which randomise individuals to different treatments, classically comparing new drugs with a placebo.   Cluster Randomised Trials discusses the design, conduct, and analysis of health trials that randomise groups of individuals to different treatments. It explores the advantages of cluster randomization, with special attention given to evaluating the effects of interventions against infectious ng unnecessary mathematical detail, the boCited by:

  Written by two researchers with extensive experience in the field, this book presents a complete guide to the design, analysis and reporting of cluster randomised trials. It spans a wide range of applications: trials in developing countries, trials in primary care, trials in the health services. A cluster randomised controlled trial is a type of randomised controlled trial in which groups of subjects (as opposed to individual subjects) are randomised. Cluster randomised controlled trials are also known as cluster randomised trials, group-randomised trials, and place-randomized trials. A bibliometric study documented an increasing number of publications in the medical literature on cluster . This book by Richard Hayes and Lawrence Moulton has become the leading methodological text in this area: Cluster Randomised Trials Hayes R, Moulton L. Cluster randomised trials. Chapman and Hall/CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, A short summary of what the book . A cluster randomised trial (CRT) is a randomised controlled trial in which pre-existing groups, called clusters, of individuals are randomly allocated to treatment arms. For example, clusters may be clinical practices or schools where the individuals are patients and school children, respectively.