Testing Treatments international
Promoting critical thinking about treatment claims
Short, small group exercise on how to design a fair comparison using the "claim" that a spoon helps retain the bubbles in champagne.
Short, small group exercise on how to design a fair comparison using the “claim” that a spoon helps retain the bubbles in champagne.
Exercise 1. Students design a study; then
Exercise 2. Look at a study someone else has done.
This takes about 20 minutes, is good fun, and introduces some key concepts of trials.
A detailed guide to study design, with learning objectives, explaining some sources of bias in health studies.
A curriculum based on the concept of evidence-based medicine, which consists of six modules.
GET-IT provides plain language definitions of health research terms