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Table 5 Interim survey respondent roles

From: Identifying trial recruitment uncertainties using a James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership – the PRioRiTy (Prioritising Recruitment in Randomised Trials) study

Which one of the following best describes your main role in a randomised trial?
Answer options Number Percentage
A person invited to take part in a trial 108 13
A researcher involved in recruiting participants 146 18
A non-researcher (e.g. clinician or health professional) involved in recruiting participants 63 8
A principal / chief investigator 186 23
A researcher involved in aspects of the trial other than frontline recruitment 206 25
A trial methodologist (someone who specialises in the methods of how trials are designed, run, analysed and reported) 90 11
Other 3 < 1
Total 802 98