Why African Americans May Not Be Participating in Clinical Trials
Gorelick, Philip B.
Journal of the National Medical Association 1996 October; 88(10): 630-634
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Harris, Yvonne; Gorelick, Philip B.; Samuels, Patricia; Bempong, Isaac (1996-10)African Americans have been underrepresented in clinical trials. This study was designed to determine factors that may help explain the low participation rate of African Americans in clinical trials. A historical review ...
The Recruitment Triangle: Reasons Why African Americans Enroll, Refuse to Enroll, or Voluntarily Withdraw From a Clinical Trial: An Interim Report From the African-American Antiplatelet Stroke Prevention Study (AAASPS) Gorelick, Philip B.; Harris, Yvonne; Burnett, Barbara; Bonecutter, Faith J. (1998-03)Recruitment and retention of study subjects are key to the success of a clinical trial. In the case of minority patients, this may be challenging as minority patients have been underserved by the medical health-care system. ...
Establishing a Community Network for Recruitment of African Americans Into a Clinical Trial: The African-American Antiplatelet Stroke Prevention Study (AAASPS) Experience Gorelick, Philip B.; Richardson, DeJuran; Hudson, Edsel; Perry, Charmaine; Robinson, Dorothy; Brown, Nellie; Harris, Yvonne (1996-11)