Created by:  Johns Hopkins University

  • Janet Holbrook, PhD, MPH

    Taught by:  Janet Holbrook, PhD, MPH, Associate Professor, Epidemiology

    Bloomberg School of Public Health

  • Lea T. Drye, PhD

    Taught by:  Lea T. Drye, PhD, Assistant Scientist, Epidemiology

    Bloomberg School of Public Health
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 of 522 ratings

The course was very useful for me and came to know more about randomized clinical trials ,and other consort for writing trial design .it was very useful and i can add this certificate in my resume it will give weight to my resume for standing in clinical trial industry.and finally thanku for lecturers.they did an awesome job very keen on every topic explanations. hopefully expecting courses in clinical trials ,regulatory affairs

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sangavai

Excellent and concise introduction to the design, analysis and report of clinical trials

Even if some of the topics might be considered "heavy" and boring, the organisers and presenters of this course made sure that everything was easy to understand.

Overall: Very useful for future work and topics were presented in an interesting way.

I've taken a couple of courses in Coursera and this was the best one so far! The lectures are engaging, clear and comprehensive, and the discussion prompts very useful. I would certainly take an advance course and recommend this one to all those interested in learning more on how clinical trials are designed and reported.