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Staff training to improve participant recruitment into surgical randomised controlled trials: A feasibility study within a trial (SWAT) across four host trials simultaneously

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Objective To test the feasibility of undertaking a simultaneous Study Within A Trial (SWAT) to train staff who recruit participants into surgical randomised controlled trials (RCTs), by assessing key uncertainties around recruitment, randomisation, intervention delivery and data collection.

Study design and setting Twelve surgical RCTs were eligible. Interested sites (clusters) were randomised 1:1, with recruiting staff (surgeons and nurses) offere...

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10.1177/26320843221106950

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0000-0002-2880-3935
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SAGE Publications
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Research Methods in Medicine & Health Sciences More from this journal
Volume:
4
Issue:
1
Publication date:
2022-06-15
Acceptance date:
2022-06-08
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2632-0843
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2632-0843
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1315640
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2022-12-20

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