Increasing the Level of Participation in Clinical Trials

Abstract As much as it is easy to assert that the advancement in medicinal products is possible through an active and effective clinical research. It is also as more important as the former to have good and standard strategies in a clinical trial recruitment process that will represent genetic diversities within a population. Furthermore, this will effectively help to mitigate the challenges of socioeconomic disparities, effectiveness and safety issues that may cloud the use of medicinal products to its intended users. To design a good and effective strategies for any clinical research, researchers must set a recruitment goals (Johnson, Powell-Young, Torres, & Spruill, 2011). The recruitment goal will include diverse ethnic groups without in any way generate an adverse compromise to the inclusion criteria clause (NIH, 1993). However, for the purpose of maintaining good clinical practices, it is very important to generate a scientific data that will be easily applicable

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