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Strategies for the Recruitment and Retention of Minorities for Clinical Trials

February 2007
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Start your clinical trial on time and keep it within budget when you meet special population enrollment protocols ...

Specific Strategies to Recruit and Retain African Americans,
Children and the Elderly in Your Next Clinical Trial

Which media outlets are the most — and least — effective for encouraging the elderly, children and African American participants to enroll in your clinical trial?

And what strategies are already working to locate these special populations?

Find out today. Plus, use a detailed and successful case study to help you quickly apply “special population” recruiting techniques to your next clinical trial.

Strategies for the Recruitment and Retention of Minorities for Clinical Trials, the just-released management report from FDAnews, gives you the right tools to recruit special populations — before big revenue losses result.

Click here to order — put results-based techniques and in-depth research to work when you:

  • Discover the best places to find three special populations:
    • African Americans
    • Children
    • Elderly men and women
  • Focus on the right media outlets to ensure your message reaches each group, with coverage of:
    • Media usage habits and characteristics for each population
    • Media outlets that are the most — and least — successful with each population
  • Fine-tune your marketing message for better subject recruitment
  • Bring real-world strategies to your next clinical trial recruitment — complete examination of a successful case study
  • Understand the seven central challenges of recruiting special populations
  • Encourage clinical trial enrollment by offering special populations the right considerations
  • Develop a “big picture” perspective with full coverage of recruitment trends for clinical studies
  • Access best practices about informed consent, specific to special populations

Low enrollment stalls 8 out of every 10 clinical trials — don’t let it delay yours! Click here to place your order.

Untangle Double-Speak in the NIH Requirement,
Plus Five Appendices

With Strategies for the Recruitment and Retention of Minorities for Clinical Trials, you’ll also get a clear explanation of the confusing NIH requirement. Five special appendices include:

  • National Institutes of Health Revitalization Act of 1993
  • 21 CFR Part 50
  • Participation of Racial/Ethnic Groups in Clinical Trials and Race-Related Labeling: A Review of New Molecular Entities Approved 1995-1999
  • FDA: A Guide to Informed Consent
  • ICH E6 Good Clinical Practice: Consolidated Guidance

Don’t risk multi-million-dollar delays or loss of NIH grants — click here to order Strategies for the Recruitment and Retention of Minorities for Clinical Trials.

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Meet requirements for recruitment of African Americans, children and the elderly for your next clinical trial — on time and within budget. Place your order today for Strategies for the Recruitment and Retention of Minorities for Clinical Trials, now available in print or PDF format for just $335.

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