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The DH currently has an open consultation on their proposals to make private vehicles smokefree when carrying children. The cost-benefit analysis that is included in the Impact Assessment that supports the proposals is quite emphatic: £32.9m to £65.9m benefits and £2.1m costs = no-brainer.But then you see the evidence base and assumptions, including:Image by superfantastic via Flickr CC BY 2.0the
Since the publication in 2010 of the innovative ‘cohort multiple randomised controlled trial’ design (http://www.bmj.com/content/340/bmj.c1066), there has been growing interest in conducting multiple trials within cohorts. Yorkshire & Humber and North Thames CLAHRCs are jointly holding a ‘Trials within Cohorts’ symposium this November at LSHTM on the design – the purpose of which to advance th