Review of recent Methodological Developments in group-randomized trials: Part 1 - Design

Abstract : In 2004, Murray et al. published a review of methodological developments in both the design and analysis of GRTs. In the thirteen years since, there have been many developments in both areas. The goal of the current paper is to focus on developments in design with a companion paper to focus on developments in analysis. As a pair, these papers update the 2004 review. This design paper includes developments in topics included in the earlier review (e.g. clustering, matching, and individually randomized group treatment trials) and new topics including constrained randomization and a range of randomized designs that are alternatives to the standard parallel-arm GRT. These include the stepped wedge GRT, the pseudo-cluster randomized trial and the network-randomized GRT, which, like the parallel-arm GRT, require clustering to be accounted for in both their design and analysis.
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Mélanie Prague, Elizabeth Turner, Li Fan, Gallis John, Murray David. Review of recent Methodological Developments in group-randomized trials: Part 1 - Design. American Journal of Public Health, American Public Health Association, 2017. ⟨hal-01579073⟩

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