Study Randomizer is used worldwide in trials. Partial list of studies where Study Randomizer is used: Study Randomizer Studies
Randomization software has many use cases such as:
Clinical Trials: Study Randomizer is used in many clinical trials world-wide. From helping with Covid-19 trial randomization to improve clinical outcomes for patients to supporting sleep studies to psychosis research.
Veterinary trials: Dose requirements for anesthesia in dogs.
Psychological trials: Simple randomization support for trial enrollment.
Food trials and research: Bioavailability and food ingredient influence on serum levels in the human body.
Economic research: Effects of mentoring on smaller companies.
Randomization is a key aspect of clinical trials that helps to ensure that the results of the study are the result of the treatment and unbiased. To perform randomization in a clinical trial, you first need to determine the number of participants in the study and the number of different groups (or "arms") that the participants will be assigned to. Then, you need to create a randomization schedule that specifies which participants will be assigned to which group. This can be done using a computer program like Studyrandomizer.com or by using randomization cards or tables. Once the randomization schedule has been created, the participants can be enrolled in the study and assigned to their respective groups according to the schedule. It is important to keep the randomization schedule confidential to avoid biasing the results of the study.