DIY: Study Design Take a moment to answer these questions and assess your understanding of data extraction. We do not save your responses but we'll email them to you so you can refer to them later. The data you collect about the design of each study can also help you decide which articles are similar enough to combine in a meta-analysis at the synthesis stage of your systematic review. Use the form below to practice gathering information about the design of a study using the omega-3 fatty acids article. Name Email What is the name of this study? (e.g. DART, Physician's Health Study)What is the design of the study? Trial: Randomized Parallel (Omega-3 vs. Control, OR Omega-3+X vs. X) Trial: Randomized Cross-Over (Omega-3 followed by control vs. Control followed by omega-3) Trial: Randomized Factorial Design (Omega-3+X vs. Omega-3 vs. X vs. Control) Observational: Prospective, Longitudinal, Comparative Observational: Nested Case-Control Other:If you answered Other to the previous question, specify the design of the study here:What is funding source of the study? Authors report industry affiliation Industry only donated materials (e.g. supplements) Industry Funded No industry relationship reported (other funding or affiliations reported) No data on funding or affiliationsDoes this study mention conflict of interest? No data regarding conflict of interest No conflict of interest (explicitly stated) Conflict of interest statedWhat is the duration of the intervention?Does the study do a subgroup analysis? Yes NoTime is Up!