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Group-randomized trials (GRTs) are widely used in public health and medicine to measure the benefits of treatments in clinical practice. A new free online course from the NIH Office of Disease Prevention provides a detailed guide to designing and analyzing GRTs. Take the course: http://bit.ly/2k5FSOw #PreventionResearch

Now available! Free online course from the NIH Office of Disease Prevention to help researchers design and analyze pragmatic and group-randomized trials. Take the course: http://bit.ly/2k5FSOw #PreventionResearch

Attention researchers: New free online course from the NIH Office of Disease Prevention provides a detailed guide to designing and analyzing group-randomized trials. Take the course: http://bit.ly/2k5FSOw #PreventionResearch

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