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The difference between allocation concealment and blinding in randomised controlled trials

Allocation concealment and blinding are characteristics that prevent bias in randomised controlled trials and experimental studies. However, these concepts are often confused. Using a randomised controlled trial as an example, the statistician Philip Sedgwick explains the differences between allocation concealment and blinding, and why these characteristics are important: Researchers investigated whether a nutritious meal and food packages was more effective

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