Perceived barriers to pediatrician and family practitioner participation in pediatric clinical trials: Findings from the Clinical Trials Transformation Initiative

@inproceedings{Greenberg2018PerceivedBT,
  title={Perceived barriers to pediatrician and family practitioner participation in pediatric clinical trials: Findings from the Clinical Trials Transformation Initiative},
  author={Rachel G Greenberg and Amy Corneli and J. Stuart Bradley and John L. Farley and Hasan S. Jafri and Li Lin and Sumathi Nambiar and Gary J. Noel and Chris Wheeler and Rosemary Tiernan and Phillip Brian Smith and Jamie N. Roberts and Daniel Kelly Benjamin},
  booktitle={Contemporary clinical trials communications},
  year={2018}
}
Despite legislation to stimulate pediatric drug development through clinical trials, enrolling children in trials continues to be challenging. Non-investigator (those who have never served as a clinical trial investigator) providers are essential to recruitment of pediatric patients, but little is known regarding the specific barriers that limit pediatric providers from participating in and referring their patients to clinical trials. We conducted an online survey of pediatric providers from a… CONTINUE READING
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