This is a in-person session only. It won't be available online.
[Note: this session is in two parts with lunch in between ( 12:15 to 13:05)]
Times are in CAT
Level: Intermediate / Advanced (requires knowledge of statistics)
Randomized controlled trials (RCTs) are increasingly used to evaluate the impact of complex interventions which are designed to affect multiple outcomes through several mechanisms. Researchers conducting RCTs of complex interventions are often faced with design and analytic challenges that are not fully addressed in existing guidance and that are exacerbated by the belief that guidance for trials of non-complex interventions should be strictly applied to trials of complex interventions. The objective of the learning lab is to demystify these common challenges and provide useful, practical guidance that are based on basic principles.
- Jef Leroy (IFPRI)
- Shelly Sundberg (BMGF)
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