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Fathers’ Perceived Reasons for Their Underrepresentation in Child Health Research and Strategies to Increase Their Involvement
- K. Davison, Jo Charles, N. Khandpur, T. Nelson
- MedicineMaternal and Child Health Journal
- 1 February 2017
Fathers’ participation in pediatric research may increase if researchers explicitly invite father to participate, target father-focused recruitment venues, clearly communicate the benefits of the research for fathers and their families and adopt streamlined study procedures.
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