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WHITE PAPER 02: Recruiting diverse populations in clinical trials

How to ensure your patient recruitment strategy & materials don't discriminate.

As advocates of quality, inclusive healthcare, we all have a duty to create materials that improve the recruitment process across diverse populations. By having a clear understanding of barriers, beliefs and the limits on access to information, you can create a strategy that addresses and overcomes issues that prevent different populations from participating.

Our white paper – recruiting diverse populations for clinical studies – guides you through important considerations you need to make to help make the process more accommodating for everyone. Plus, we cover how to build trust and ensure you meet ethical standards at all times.

Read it now by clicking here.

5th February 2020

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