A systematic review of community-based participatory research to enhance clinical trials in racial and ethnic minority groups
This systematic literature review examines the effectiveness of current CBPR clinical trials involving racial and ethnic minorities. The review finds that CBPR is effective in increasing participation of racial and ethnic minority subjects in research. Additionally, it finds that CBPR may be a powerful tool to improve both the measurement of health disparities and in testing the generalizability of effective interventions among populations traditionally under-represented in clinical trials.
De Las Nueces, D., Hacker, K., DiGirolamo, A., & Hicks, L.S. (2012). A systematic review of community-based participatory research to enhance clinical trials in racial and ethnic minority groups. Health Services Research, 47(3), 1363-1387.
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