Processes in Recruitment to Randomised Controlled Trials of Medicines for Children (RECRUIT): A Qualitative Study
Williamson, P R
Smyth, R L
Health technology assessment (Winchester, England) 2011 Mar; 15(15): 1-116
To investigate recruitment processes across a range of clinical trials and from the perspective of parents, young people and practitioners to identify strategies to improve recruitment and its conduct across the spectrum of trials of medicines for children.
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