Randomised controlled trials are important and beneficial as they prevent selection bias by distributing the characteristics of patients that may influence the outcome randomly between groups. This means that any difference in outcome can be explained only by the treatment.
However, although RCTs are the highest level of evidence, they may not be of good quality and therefore a critical appraisal should always be carried out.
A randomised controlled trial (RCT) is a primary research design (collects data directly from patients) that aims to assess the effectiveness of an intervention compared to a control.
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