Lay attitudes towards cardiovascular risk in the context of screening, prevention, and trial participation

Published on Jan 1, 2005
Helen Eborall14
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Background Recruitment and retention of participants are critical to the success of a randomised controlled trial. Gaining the views of potential trial participants who decline to enter a trial and of trial participants who stop the trial treatment is important and can help to improve study processes. Limited research on these issues has been conducted on healthy individuals recruited for prevention trials in the community.
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