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Further Resources

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Video - an entertaining talk given by Amanda Burls covering similar material to this tutorial.

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The British Medical Journal has published a number of series of short articles which provide a useful introduction to statistical issues in clinical trials. The series and main authors are as follows:

Statistics Notes. DG Altman, JM Bland

Statistics in Question. SM Gore

Statistics and Ethics. DG Altman