Retaining traditionally hard to reach participants: Lessons learned from three childhood obesity studies.

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Retaining underserved populations, particularly low-income and/or minority participants in research trials, presents a unique set of challenges. In this paper, we describe the initial retention strategies and enhanced the retention strategies over time across three childhood obesity prevention trials. Hip-Hop to Health Jr. (HH) was a randomized controlled… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.cct.2015.03.014

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@article{Buscemi2015RetainingTH, title={Retaining traditionally hard to reach participants: Lessons learned from three childhood obesity studies.}, author={Joanna Buscemi and Lara B Blumstein and Angela Kong and Melinda R. Stolley and Linda Schiffer and Angela M. Odoms-Young and Cheryl Bittner and Marian L. Fitzgibbon}, journal={Contemporary clinical trials}, year={2015}, volume={42}, pages={98-104} }