Perceptions community residents have about partner institutions and clinical research.

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INTRODUCTION Engaging community residents to obtain their feedback in conducting clinical research, and including them as leaders in implementing applicable health advances is crucial for success and sustaining large center awards. METHODS Forty-four adult men and women participated in one of four focus groups. Two groups each (one African American and… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/cts.12120

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@article{Kennedy2013PerceptionsCR, title={Perceptions community residents have about partner institutions and clinical research.}, author={Betty Monroe Kennedy and Peter Todd Katzmarzyk and William D. Johnson and Willene P Griffin and Kathleen B Kennedy and William T. Cefalu and Donna H Ryan}, journal={Clinical and translational science}, year={2013}, volume={6 6}, pages={469-73} }