Successful recruitment to a study of first-episode psychosis by clinicians: a qualitative account of outcomes and influences on process.

@article{Patterson2014SuccessfulRT,
  title={Successful recruitment to a study of first-episode psychosis by clinicians: a qualitative account of outcomes and influences on process.},
  author={Sue Patterson and Michael J Duhig and Melissa Connell and James P. Scott},
  journal={Journal of mental health},
  year={2014},
  volume={23 5},
  pages={225-30}
}
UNLABELLED Abstract Background: Strategies proposed to promote recruitment of representative samples to trials and mental health research have focused on researchers external to clinical services. How clinicians approach recruitment as researchers and particularities of recruiting people with first episode of psychosis warrant investigation. AIMS To describe recruitment, by clinicians, of people with first-episode psychosis (FEP) and factors influencing process and enrolment. METHODS… CONTINUE READING