To identify the most appropriate format for results dissemination to maximise understanding of trial results.
Of the original 58 4-T trial centres, 34 agreed to take part in this ancillary research.
All participants from these centres were eligible. All 343 participants were sent questionnaires.
Primary and secondary outcome measures
The low response rate meant that w...Expand abstract
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Disseminating results to clinical trial participants: a qualitative review of patient understanding in a post-trial population.
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