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Randomisation in trials: do potential trial participants understand it and find it acceptable?
  1. C Kerr,
  2. E Robinson,
  3. A Stevens,
  4. D Braunholtz,
  5. S Edwards,
  6. R Lilford

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    To examine lay persons’ ability to identify methods of random allocation and their acceptability of using methods of random allocation in a clinical trial context.


    Leaflets containing hypothetical medical, non-medical, and clinical trial scenarios involving random allocation, using material from guidelines for trial information leaflets.

    Setting and participants:

    Adults attending further education colleges …

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