Strategies to Reduce Barriers to Recruitment and Participation.

@article{Pribulick2010StrategiesTR,
  title={Strategies to Reduce Barriers to Recruitment and Participation.},
  author={Margaret Pribulick and Ishan Canty Willams and Pamela S Stewart Fahs},
  journal={Online journal of rural nursing and health care : the official journal of the Rural Nurse Organization},
  year={2010},
  volume={10 1},
  pages={22-33}
}
PURPOSE To identify barriers encountered and solutions employed to improve research recruitment and retention of rural subjects for participation in the Promoting Heart Health in Rural Women (PHH) study. METHODS This article provides an examination of experiences encountered by nurse researchers in recruiting rural women from two locations to a randomized, controlled trial. Problem solving through broadening recruitment areas and inclusion criteria, community liaison assistance… CONTINUE READING

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