Randomised controlled trial definition
randomised controlled trial
(ˈrandəˌmīz kənˈtrəʊld ˈtraɪəl)
A trial or experiment carried out on two or more groups to capture the impact of an intervention where participants are randomly assigned to receive an intervention or not.
Source: Nesta, www.nesta.org.uk
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