• By Dartington SRU
  • Posted on Thursday 02nd April, 2015

How to draw broader conclusions from randomised trials

Randomised controlled trials are the best way to discover the effects of a programme. But there’s a catch. RCTs show only how the programme worked with the people who agreed to participate in the trial – and those people may be a very different mix than the population for whom the programme is really intended. Here, researchers discuss a statistical solution to the problem.Randomised controlle…

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