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May 30, 2019

Clinical Trials Terminology – Jargon Busted

In this video I’m going to bust wide open the terminology used to describe clinical trials.

 In fact, you can get these tips – and loads more – in my video course Statistics – The Big Picture, which you can get here:

​Here’s a quick rundown of what you’re going to learn:

  • ​First, you’ll learn why Comparison is the basis for all clinical trials – and why Randomisation is better!
  • ​Second, you’ll learn about the different types of clinical trials you can run, and the differences between them.
  • ​Finally, I explain all about the different types of Blinding you’ll come across.

In the end, you’ll learn that long, complicated descriptions like “Randomised, Triple Blind, Placebo-Controlled Crossover Trial” are not so scary after all!

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Lee Baker is an award-winning software creator that lives behind a keyboard in a darkened room. Illuminated only by the light from his monitor, he aspires to finding the light switch. With decades of experience in science, statistics and artificial intelligence, he has a passion for telling stories with data, yet despite explaining it a dozen times, his mother still doesn’t understand what he does for a living. Insisting that data analysis is much simpler than we think it is, he creates friendly, easy-to-understand video courses that teach the fundamentals of data analysis and statistics. As the CEO of Chi-Squared Innovations, one day he’d like to retire to do something simpler, like crocodile wrestling.

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