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Title
Latino recruitment to cancer prevention/screening trials in the Southwest: setting a research agenda.
Pubmed ID
18226761 (View this publication on the PubMed website)
Publication
Appl Nurs Res. 2008 Feb; Volume 21 (Issue 1): Pages 30-9
Authors

Larkey LK, Ogden SL, Tenorio S, Ewell T

Abstract

Examples of cancer prevention and screening trials in the Southwest are reviewed as a platform for highlighting gaps in research on Latino recruitment. Three trials are described, using "message/source/channel" categories as a framework. Each trial engaged community members to facilitate recruitment and developed tailored strategies to meet challenges emerging after recruitment began. Although we affirm that culturally relevant messages, community member referral networks, and adjustment to community realities seem important to Latino recruitment, current anecdotal and research findings do not allow evidence-based recommendations to be made. We suggest a research agenda to further illuminate critical factors for successful Latino recruitment.

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