Recruitment of research participants into clinical trials is critical. As the trials are designed for human subjects or use of a person's private identifiable information, a human subject's research study cannot occur with people. Yet, enrollment issues continue to be one of the reasons why trials are held open longer than anticipated and why modifications to the study are needed to increase enrollment.
This increases administrative burden and study costs. To help combat this, studies have been done using a variety of metrics to help determine which recruitment strategies are the most effective in given situations.
Why should you attend: Those interested in learning about various recruitment and retention techniques currently being used in a variety of studies that can potentially be integrated into current efforts to help increase recruitment and retention
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