Cluster randomised trials in children’s therapy: A national survey
workflowposted on 01.03.2022, 15:36 by Samantha ArmitageSamantha Armitage, Elaine McColl, Niina KolehmainenNiina Kolehmainen, Tim RapleyTim Rapley, Lindsay Pennington, Jennifer McAnuffJennifer McAnuff
This study investigated the acceptability of participation in cluster randomised controlled trials (CRCTs) to children's allied health therapists and parents of children receiving therapy.
The study was a national survey of UK occupational therapists, physiotherapists and speech and language therapists, therapy service managers and parents of children who use their services. The specific aim of the survey was to investigate the views of allied health therapists and parents about the acceptability and compatibility of CRCTs in the context of children's therapy.
This record contains the research materials and documents used in the development and conduct of the survey.