cumulative enrollment

cumulative enrollment

A term used in the context of a clinical trial for the number of people enrolled in the study, which is the sum of both current enrollees plus “ever-enrollees” who ended participation in the study.
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When asked how their enrollment numbers compared with their original projections, 44 percent of program directors (50 percent for adult programs and 35 percent for juvenile programs) indicated that their total cumulative enrollment was lower than originally projected.
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