Establishing a community network for recruitment of African Americans into a clinical trial. The African-American antiplatelet stroke Prevention Study (AAASPS) experience.

@article{Gorelick1996EstablishingAC,
  title={Establishing a community network for recruitment of African Americans into a clinical trial. The African-American antiplatelet stroke Prevention Study (AAASPS) experience.},
  author={Philip B. Gorelick and Dejuran Richardson and Eibhlin Hudson and Catherine Perry and Damian Robinson and Natalie E. Brown and Yvonne Harris},
  journal={Journal of the National Medical Association},
  year={1996},
  volume={88 11},
  pages={701-4}
}
A major aspect of a clinical trial is the ability to successfully recruit patients. There is a paucity of information concerning the nuances of recruiting study patients, especially those from minority communities. As minorities generally have been underrepresented in the health-care system, they may be less likely to participate in clinical trials or other studies. Thus, a strategy is needed to overcome this potential shortfall. One of our solutions has been the development of a community… CONTINUE READING

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