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  Randomisation



Randomisation

   Allocation of individuals to groups, eg. for experimental and control regimens, by chance, in order to make groups similar at the start of an investigation. The randomisation process may or may not consider particular characteristics of the subject being entered.

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Randomisation
Allocation of individuals to groups, eg. for experimental and control regimens, by chance, in order to make groups similar at the start of an investigation. The randomisation process may or may not consider particular characteristics of the subject being entered.



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Random allocation
Assignment of subjects to treatment (or control) groups in an unpredictable way. In a blinded trial, assignments are concealed, bu available for disclosure in the event a subject has an adverse experience.

Random sample
Members of a population selected by a method designed to ensure that each person in the target group has an equal chance of selection.



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Risk factor
Something that increases the likelihood of cancer.

Random allocation
Assignment of subjects to treatment (or control) groups in an unpredictable way. In a blinded trial, assignments are concealed, bu available for disclosure in the event a subject has an adverse experience.

Random sample
Members of a population selected by a method designed to ensure that each person in the target group has an equal chance of selection.

Randomisation

Raw data
Records of original observations, measurements, and activities (such as laboratory notes, evaluations, data recorded by automated instruments) without conclusions or interpretations.

Recruitment (investigators)
Process used initiating Investigators or sponsor to select investigators for a clinical study.

Recruitment (subjects)
Process that employs inclusion and exclusion criteria and is used by investigators to enrol appropriate subjects into a clinical study.

Recruitment period
Time period during which investigators must complete enrolment of their quota of subjects for a trial.

Recruitment target
Number of subjects that must be recruited into a study to meet the requirements of the study protocol. In multicentre studies, each investigator has a recruitment target.

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