Professor Cindy Cooper: Using randomised controlled trials to help people with dementia and children with phobias

In this episode of the ScHARR Communicable Research podcast, Andy Tattersall is joined by Professor Cindy Cooper to discuss the challenges of running randomised controlled trials in studies relating to children and dementia sufferers.

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Professor Cindy Cooper's research interests include trial methodology, particularly pilot and feasibility studies, psychosocial aspects of long-term conditions, evaluation of psychotherapeutic interventions, as well as public and patient involvement in research.

She is the Chair of three NIHR-funded Project Steering Committees and a member of the UKCRC Clinical Trials Unit (CTU) Executive Group. She has extensive experience in designing and implementing evaluations of complex health interventions in large multi-centre trials and other study designs.

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