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Review of Recent Methodological Developments in Group-Randomized Trials: Part 1—Design

Loi Krathong festival is a Thai tradition which has been conducted for a long time ago. Loi Krathong has been held since the middle of the eleventh to the middle of the twelfth lunar month, which is a great flood season- especially on the full moon night of the twelfth lunar month. When the moon shines at night, it makes rivers clear. It is very beautiful scenery which is suitable for floating krathong.

How to deal with protocol violation in Randomised Controlled Trials

Community-based Health Intervention Trials :  An Overview of Methodological Issue 

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Non-inferiority study design: lessons to be learned from cardiovascular trials
Odds ratios deconstructed: A new way to understand and explain odds ratios as conditional risk ratios

GRADE Approah for rating the quality of treatment effect estimates from network meta-analysis

Congratulations to the three highest scoring doctors in our 2016 Basic Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics Course. Our CEB awards them with special privileges of Methodology & Statistical Consultation on their clinical research.  They can receive priority of consulting services from our specialists without queuing throughout their study.

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