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The consolidated identifier usually implies a higher predicted Indigenous population within the ROD than would be predicted using the percentage of ATSI estimated after the random allocation of unknowns.
This could produce systematic biases in otherwise random allocation.
Items ranged from approximately -3 logits for the most adhered to item random allocation, to the least adhered to item at approximately +3 logits therapist blinding.
Mr Balls said random allocation was the fairest way of resolving decisions in some areas but should only be "absolutely the last resort".
The random allocation ensures that the two groups being compared are not different in ways that would influence their response to a particular treatment, For instance, suppose you wanted to test the quality of a new reading curriculum.
Randomization was done at each center in a sequential manner in blocks of 4 and 6 patients, using a centrally generated random allocation sequence and numbered drug containers.
This Phase IV, random allocation, single-blind study will compare the safety and effectiveness of two treatments to prevent relapses in seriously ill patients with major depressive disorder (MDD) who have responded to electro-convulsive therapy (ECT).
Standard segregation measures conflate the random allocation of workers to firms with systematic segregation that might be due to discrimination.
In clinical trials, investigators can be fairly confident that through random allocation the measured and unmeasured differences in the patient populations will be equally distributed among the groups.
Patients with stable disease (SD) enter the randomized discontinuation phase, which assesses the progression free survival of these patients after random allocation to blinded placebo vs.
The patients were randomly allocated into 2 equal groups by random allocation software.
The report identifies as positive steps the selection of a chief judicial inspector and the improvements made to the random allocation of cases.

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