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Table 1 Schedule of activities for participants in a single cohort (semester)

From: Non-specific effects of rabies vaccine on the incidence of common infectious disease episodes: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

  1st semesterSemester breaka2nd semester
Weeks since allocation (study week)Wk -1Wk 1Wk 2Wk 3Wk 4Etc.Wk 15Wk 16Wk 17Etc.Wk 25Wk 26Wk 27Wk 28
Weeks of semester/breakWk 1Wk 2Wk 3Wk 4Wk 5Etc.Wk 1Wk 2Wk 1Etc.Wk 8Wk 9Wk 10Wk 11
Enrollment
 InformationXX             
 Eligibility screenXX             
 Informed consentXX             
 Contraindication screening  X            
 Allocation  X            
Interventionb
 Dose 1  X            
 Dose 2   X           
 Dose 3     X         
Assessments
 Baseline X             
 Weekly illness survey (1–26)    X
(S1)
X
(S2)
X
(Etc.)
X
(S 13)
X
(S 14)
X
(S 15)
X
(Etc.)
X
(S 23)
X
(S 24)
X
(S 25)
X
(S 26)
 Solicited adverse events  XX X         
 Unsolicited adverse events  XXXX         
 Blood collection (efficacy ancillary study) X
(D -7)
         X
(D 180)
   
 Blood collection (immunology ancillary study)  X
(D 0)
  X
(D 21)
 X
(D 90)
       
 Study exit              X
  1. aSome semester breaks are 3 weeks long, in which case Weeks 27 and 28 since allocation will fall in Weeks 9 and 10 of the sixth semester
  2. bSchedule shown here assumes administration of the first dose in Week 2 and administration of subsequent doses per schedule (day 7 and day 21). If necessary, participants can begin the intervention at any time in the first 12 weeks of the semester