Evaluation of internal peer-review to train nurses recruiting to a randomized controlled trial--Internal Peer-review for Recruitment Training in Trials (InterPReTiT).

@article{Mann2014EvaluationOI,
  title={Evaluation of internal peer-review to train nurses recruiting to a randomized controlled trial--Internal Peer-review for Recruitment Training in Trials (InterPReTiT).},
  author={Cindy Mann and Debbie Delgado and J. W. Horwood},
  journal={Journal of advanced nursing},
  year={2014},
  volume={70 4},
  pages={777-90}
}
AIM A discussion and qualitative evaluation of the use of peer-review to train nurses and optimize recruitment practice in a randomized controlled trial. BACKGROUND Sound recruitment processes are critical to the success of randomized controlled trials. Nurses recruiting to trials must obtain consent for an intervention that is administered for reasons other than anticipated benefit to the patient. This requires not only patients' acquiescence but also evidence that they have weighed the… CONTINUE READING
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