Practical Introduction to Running Randomised Clinical Trials

10th - 13th June 2014


The Randomised Clinical Trial (RCT) is widely regarded as the principal method for obtaining a reliable evaluation of treatment effectiveness of healthcare interventions. The Clinical Trials Unit at Keele University is committed to undertaking high quality RCTs of complex interventions and we are offering a course dedicated to running RCTs.

The course flyer outlines the aims and objectives, along with further information on who and why attend.

The course content will provide further detail of what each days' learning will contain.

If you like the sound of our course and would like to attend please complete and return the registration form ** this will be available shortly. **

Please note this course is non-residential. If you need overnight accomodation please view the local hotels as listed below.

Please click on the links below to see a sample of the Clinical Trials Unit's funding track record and a sample of our recent publications:

Selected Funding
Selected Publications

Further information:

Trials Unit Background
Trials Unit Posters:
     Arthritis Research UK Primary Care Centre Trials Unit Working Groups
     Examples of research being undertaken as part of the Clinical Trials programme
Tutor Summaries
Feedback from previous years
Centre Information Leaflet
Local Hotels
Terms and Conditions


Course Administrator
Robyn Till
Institute for Primary Care and Health Sciences
Keele University
Tel: 01782 734707