A false dichotomy: RCTs and their contributions to evidence-based public health
Global public health should rely on those research methods that best answer the pressing questions at hand. Randomized controlled trials (RCTs) and other rigorous impact evaluation methods have a critical role to play in public health.
Hatt, Laurel, Minki Chatterji, Leslie Miles, Alison B. Comfort, Benjamin Bellows, and Francis O. Okello. 2015. "A false dichotomy: RCTs and their contributions to evidence-based public health," Global Health: Science and Practice 3(1): 138–140.
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