Recruitment and Consent of Women With Intellectual Disabilities in a Randomised Control Trial of a Health Promotion Intervention
Parish, S L
Journal of intellectual disability research : JIDR 2011 May; 55(5): 474-83
The need for evidence-based health promotion interventions for women with intellectual and developmental disabilities is critical. However, significant barriers impede them from participating in research, including those related to recruitment and obtaining informed consent.
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