On design considerations and randomization-based inference for community intervention trials.

@article{Gail1996OnDC,
  title={On design considerations and randomization-based inference for community intervention trials.},
  author={Mitchell H. Gail and Steven D. Mark and Raymond J. Carroll and Sylvan B. Green and David Y Pee},
  journal={Statistics in medicine},
  year={1996},
  volume={15 11},
  pages={1069-92}
}
This paper discusses design considerations and the role of randomization-based inference in randomized community intervention trials. We stress that longitudinal follow-up of cohorts within communities often yields useful information on the effects of intervention on individuals, whereas cross-sectional surveys can usefully assess the impact of intervention on group indices of health. We also discuss briefly special design considerations, such as sampling cohorts from targeted subpopulations… CONTINUE READING

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