The schools were allocated into intervention or control schools in five runs, one for each region. Before allocation each school was given three characteristics: Type (municipal or private), size (1–499 or 500 + pupils) and number of teachers included in the project (1 or 2–3). For each region, the second author received a list of the schools with an anonymous id concealing the true identity of the schools. The schools were first selected randomly and then allocated to intervention or control attempting to balance the three characteristics between the two groups. Finally, this anonymous allocation list with the anonymous id was linked to the true identity of the school, creating the final allocation list.

The characteristics of the schools divided by randomisation group are shown in Table Table22.

Characteristics of included schools in the SELFCARE project. A cluster randomised trial testing a school teacher training programme to deliver the “.b” programme in 110 schools covering schools in all five Danish regions

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