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The BMJ is currently creating an online programme of self study modules under the banner 'Research to Publication' aimed at helping early career academics develop their research skills and gain knowledge of the academic publishing process. Forming part of this programme, the BMJ in collaboration with the University of California San Francisco are pleased to announce the launch of their second module 'An Introduction to Randomized Blinded Trials' to accompany the existing 'How to Publish a Study Protocol' which are now both available via the Global Health Network.
The module consists of:
- Video lectures with narrated slides
- Development exercises
- Detailed feedback
- Time to complete - Approx 2 hours
To access the courses, click on the links below:
'How to Publish a Study Protocol'
'Introduction to Randomized Blinded Trials'
Instructions for taking the module: http://rtop.bmj.com/