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Fake surgeries and dummy pills – control for bias and study design in trials on treatment efficacy in chronic pain

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Duration: 0:40:28 | Added: 02 Jul 2018
In this talk Karolina presented various types of study design she has used in trials of treatments for chronic pain. Karolina also discussed why blinding is important and why a placebo control may be necessary, even in surgical trials.

This talk was held as part of the Introduction to Study Design and Research Methods module, which is part of the MSc in Evidence-Based Health Care.

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