Reasons for enrollment, the informed consent process, and trust among low-income women participating in a community-based participatory research study.

@article{Kneipp2009ReasonsFE,
  title={Reasons for enrollment, the informed consent process, and trust among low-income women participating in a community-based participatory research study.},
  author={Shawn M. Kneipp and Barbara J. Lutz and D. Bruce Means},
  journal={Public health nursing},
  year={2009},
  volume={26 4},
  pages={362-9}
}
OBJECTIVE Research is essential for guiding public health nursing practice with low-income and/or minority populations. Despite this, little is known about fundamental recruitment problems, the degree to which the informed consent process is comprehended, or how critical a role trust may play in conducting successful research with these groups. This article describes factors influencing recruitment of underrepresented groups, preferences for the informed consent process, and degree of trust… CONTINUE READING

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