Randomised controlled trials: Part 1, design

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Publication type Review
JournalBritish Journal of Occupational Therapy
Year2006
Volume69
Issue5
Pages217-223
ISSN (print)0308-0226
ISSN (electronic)1477-6006
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Occupational therapists need to be able to evaluate the profession's interventions critically: to stop the ineffective, to reduce the hazardous and to promote the effective. Randomised controlled trials are a research tool for testing the efficacy of interventions with small to moderate effects. This review aims to cover the issues to be considered when designing a randomised controlled trial of complex interventions, such as occupational therapy.
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