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enrollment

The act of placing subjects in a clinical trial.

enrollment

Clinical trials The placing of a subject in a clinical trial. See Federal open enrollment, Open enrollment, State open enrollment Health insurance A term that refers to the total number of enrollees in a health plan; may also be used to refer to the process of enrolling people in a health plan.

enroll

, enrol (en-rōl′)
To register or be registered as a participant in a clinical trial, course of study, or insurance plan.
enrollee (-rō-lē′) enroller (-rōl′ĕr) enrollment (-rōl′mĕnt)
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Through its innovative enrollment planning and full-service patient recruitment solutions, CSSi is able to reduce the costs and timelines associated with recruitment of subjects for clinical studies.
The Organization for Enrollment Management: to organize departments that relate to the management of enrollments in such a way that the coordination of staff, flow of information, and the integration of decisions can most easily be facilitated
Overall graduate enrollment declined by 1,389 students to 41,436, offsetting an undergraduate enrollment increase of 1,517 to 168,239 students.
sought to increase its initial enrollment of 17 and aired a 30-second commercial for a month on local cable networks in the hopes of luring additional students from four surrounding districts.
When financial aid awards were examined closely, it was found that the policy in place was generating the highest enrollment yields among the weakest students with the greatest need.
Camp directors were interested in enrollment based on gender (see Table 2).
Enrollment can be a challenge in Stevenson Ranch, where many young families have moved into its roomy houses and, as a result, have dominated the school district with student growth, while older communities are experiencing declines.
The 1980s were turbulent times for private and public universities because of a significant decline in enrollment.
This means that the PPERA universities will do well for now to just maintain their present low pulp and paper enrollments while hoping that the industry will be able to hire the lower graduating numbers on a sustained basis.
Detection of HPV was significantly more likely in the vulvovaginal region than in the cervix regardless of the interval since enrollment or since first sexual experience.
Secondly, there was "inertial energy" (216) in the sense that there was a progressive tendency in all departments for some schools to lead to more, schooling for some students leading to some schooling for all, enrollment for a few years growing into attendance for six or seven years, and so on.
This foundation has enabled the college to build a strong partnership between Athletics and Enrollment.