Blinding in randomised trials: hiding who got what

@article{Schulz2002BlindingIR,
  title={Blinding in randomised trials: hiding who got what},
  author={K. Schulz and D. Grimes},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={2002},
  volume={359},
  pages={696-700}
}
Blinding embodies a rich history spanning over two centuries. Most researchers worldwide understand blinding terminology, but confusion lurks beyond a general comprehension. Terms such as single blind, double blind, and triple blind mean different things to different people. Moreover, many medical researchers confuse blinding with allocation concealment. Such confusion indicates misunderstandings of both. The term blinding refers to keeping trial participants, investigators (usually health-care… Expand

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