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If you are thinking about participating in a Clinical Study at NIH, the information on this page may provide a starting point for discussion—both with your doctor and with the trained staff at the Clinical Center's Patient Recruitment...
Attributes of researchers and their strategies to recruit minority populations: Results of a national survey
Despite NIH mandates for inclusion, recruiting minorities is challenging for biomedical and public health researchers. Little is known about how attributes of researchers affect their choice of recruitment strategies. The purpose of this...
This website provides information for those who are interested in volunteering for clinical research. This information includes defining what a "healthy volunteer" is, explaining why healthy volunteers are needed, and resources on how to...
This brochure from the Office of Human Research Protections provides some basic information and questions to ask prior to making a decision about research participation.
This brochure for the two Building Trust education programs highlights the focus and objective of each program.