Research in the community: recruiting and retaining practices.

  title={Research in the community: recruiting and retaining practices.},
  author={Timothy S. Carey and Linda S. Kinsinger and Thomas C. Keyserling and Rod Harris},
  journal={Journal of community health},
  volume={21 5},
Medical investigators increasingly attempt to demonstrate the effectiveness of treatments given in routine practice settings as well as in research settings. We identified and describe several key issues in practice-based research: identifying the appropriate population; drawing the sample; recruitment of physicians and patients; maintenance of the physician-researcher relationship; and data management. Three on-going practice-based projects are described from the perspective of these key… CONTINUE READING

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