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A systematic review describes models for recruitment prediction at the design stage of a clinical trial.

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Summary of "A systematic review describes models for recruitment prediction at the design stage of a clinical trial."

Patient recruitment in clinical trials is challenging with failure to recruit to time and target sample size common. This may be caused by unanticipated problems or by overestimation of the recruitment rate. This study is a systematic review of statistical models to predict recruitment at the design stage of clinical trials.

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Name: Journal of clinical epidemiology
ISSN: 1878-5921
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