Willingness to Participate in Biomedical Research: African- Americans vs Whites
Annals of Epidemiology 2000 October; 10(7): 456-457
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Awareness of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study and the US Presidential Apology and Their Influence on Minority Participation in Biomedical Research Katz, Ralph V.; Kegeles, S. Stephen; Kressin, Nancy R.; Green, Lee; James, Sherman A.; Wang, Min Qi; Russell, Stefanie L.; Claudio, Cristina (2008-06)OBJECTIVES: We compared the influence of awareness of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study and the presidential apology for that study on the willingness of Blacks, non-Hispanic Whites, and Hispanics to participate in biomedical ...
Willingness of Minorities to Participate in Biomedical Studies: Confirmatory Findings From a Follow-Up Study Using the Tuskegee Legacy Project Questionnaire Katz, Ralph V.; Green, B. Lee; Kressin, Nancy R.; Claudio, Cristina; Wang, Min Qi; Russell, Stefanie L. (2007-09)
Preconsent Education About Research Processes Improved African Americans' Willingness to Participate in Clinical Research Dunlop, Anne L; Leroy, Zanie C; Logue, Kristi M; Glanz, Karen; Dunlop, Boadie W (2011-08)To determine whether preconsent education about research processes and protections affects the willingness of African Americans to participate.