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WITHDRAWAL BY SUBJECT definition: An indication that a study participant has removed itself from the study. (NCI)
Withdrawal by Subject definition: An indication that a study participant has removed itself from the study.
 
Examples
 

A comparison was done of patients who completed the process of inpatient treatment, including attainment of target body weight (completers), and patients who dropped out of inpatient treatment (dropouts).

Takehiro Nozaki et al.

Biopsychosocial Medicine 1 (7), 25 Jul 2007

In previous reports, patients who dropped out had psychological characteristics that included repression of anger [ 1 ], auto-aggressive behavior [ 2 ], impulsiveness [ 3 ], maturity of fears [ 4 ], low self-directedness and cooperativeness [ 1 ], and discrepant expectations of treatment between the patient and therapist [ 5 ].

Takehiro Nozaki et al.

Biopsychosocial Medicine 1 (7), 25 Jul 2007

In the same way, in this study we attempted to determine factors that would predict which anorectic patients might prematurely drop out of treatment, A comparison was done of patients who completed a course of inpatient treatment, including attainment of a target body weight about 90% of standard body weight, (completers) and patients who dropped out of inpatient treatment (dropouts).

Takehiro Nozaki et al.

Biopsychosocial Medicine 1 (7), 25 Jul 2007

Dropouts in the early phase (n = 4) had higher scores on many MMPI scales than patients who dropped out in the other phases (n = 20), but with no significant difference (data not shown).

Takehiro Nozaki et al.

Biopsychosocial Medicine 1 (7), 25 Jul 2007

Using established monitoring systems we assessed trends in 'dropped out' and 'discharged drug free' (DDF), since the launch of the national drug strategy, and rates of treatment re-presentation for these cohorts.

Caryl M Beynon et al.

BMC Public Health 6 (7), 11 Aug 2006

15 further examples >>
Publications
 

Psychopathological features of anorectic patients who dropped out of inpatient treatment as assessed by the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory

Takehiro Nozaki et al.

Biopsychosocial Medicine , 25 Jul 2007

Trends in drop out, drug free discharge and rates of re-presentation: a retrospective cohort study of drug treatment clients in the North West of England: ... we assessed trends in 'dropped out' and 'discharged drug ...

Caryl M Beynon et al.

BMC Public Health , 11 Aug 2006

Are alcoholism treatments effective? The Project MATCH data: ... consisted of those who dropped out immediately; the second ...

Robert B Cutler et al.

BMC Public Health , 14 Jul 2005

Fast relapse and high drop out rate of 48 weeks daily interferon monotherapy in HIV-infected patients with chronic hepatitis C: ... approach should not be dropped out, mainly in patients at ...

Raffaele Bruno et al.

BMC Infectious Diseases , 28 Aug 2002

Statistical validation of the criteria for symptom remission in schizophrenia: Preliminary findings: ... remission."Patients who dropped out of the trial were more ...

Mark GA Opler et al.

BMC Psychiatry , 24 Jul 2007

Advantages and disadvantages of an objective selection process for early intervention in employees at risk for sickness absence: ... which employees either dropped out or were excluded, were ...

Saskia FA Duijts et al.

BMC Public Health , 02 May 2007

A Phase I Feasibility Study of Yoga on the Physical Health and Coping of Informal Caregivers: ... (two in each group) dropped out of the study. After the ...

Marieke Van Puymbroeck et al.

Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine : eCAM , 01 Dec 2007

Osteopathy may decrease obstructive apnea in infants: a pilot study: ... two groups; six infants dropped out. The osteopathy ...

Yvan Vandenplas et al.

Osteopathic Medicine and Primary Care , 19 Jul 2008

Retaining women in a prenatal care randomized controlled trial in Canada: implications for program planning: ... of women who dropped out of a prenatal care ...

Suzanne C Tough et al.

BMC Public Health , 06 Jul 2007

Recruitment and retention of low-income minority women in a behavioral intervention to reduce smoking, depression, and intimate partner violence during pregnancy: ... lost to follow-up vs. dropped-out women are presented. In ...

M Nabil El-Khorazaty et al.

BMC Public Health , 06 Sep 2007

10 further publications >>