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Table 6 Description of study set-up package

From: Does access to a colorectal cancer screening website and/or a nurse-managed telephone help line provided to patients by their family physician increase fecal occult blood test uptake?: A pragmatic cluster randomized controlled trial study protocol

Study package delivered to each collaborating family physician Description/details
In-Clinic Patient Survey Binder(s): Contents:
thank you page for support staff In-Clinic Patient Surveys for support staff
step-by-step outline of the study protocol, business card attached to each survey providing contact information for the study coordinator and the University of Manitoba Health Research Ethics Board (attached to clipboards and replaced when necessary)
step-by-step flow diagram of the study protocol
patient eligibility criteria
contact information for the study coordinator  
Clipboards with pens Two clipboards and pens per family physician
Patient Tracking Form Binders: Each family physician is provided with one Patient Tracking Form Binder per evaluation room (usually two)
step-by-step outline of the study protocol the 30–35 Patient Tracking Forms are split between the these binders
step-by-step flow diagram of the study protocol  
patient eligibility criteria Each Patient Tracking Form corresponds to a specific patient with corresponding seven-digit alphanumeric study identification number
contact information for the study coordinator family physician records the date of FOBT requisition, patient’s name, FOBT distribution method, removes the sticker from the form and attaches it to the corresponding patient’s In-Clinic Survey