New Approach for Recruitment Into Randomised Controlled Trials
Lancet. 1993 Mar 27; 341(8848): 812-813.
...Let us have a ladyplan-equivalent for ladylike cancers. The first step is to establish a network of informed and socially responsible women throughout Europe who will provide the special interest group and the political activism to fast track the evaluation of promising new treatments for cancer along the right lines of randomised controlled trials and not up the sidings on anecdotal or uncontrolled datasets.
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Baum, Michael (1993-03-27)
Is Recruitment More Difficult With a Placebo Arm in Randomised Controlled Trials? a Quasirandomised, Interview Based Study Welton, A.J.; Vickers, M.R.; Cooper, J.A.; Meade, T.W.; Marteau, T.M. (1999-04-24)OBJECTIVE: To investigate whether including a placebo arm in a clinical trial of hormone replacement therapy influenced women's stated willingness to participate. DESIGN: Quasirandomised, interview based study. Setting: ...
Processes in Recruitment to Randomised Controlled Trials of Medicines for Children (RECRUIT): A Qualitative Study Shilling, V; Williamson, P R; Hickey, H; Sowden, E; Smyth, R L; Young, B (2011-03)To investigate recruitment processes across a range of clinical trials and from the perspective of parents, young people and practitioners to identify strategies to improve recruitment and its conduct across the spectrum ...