Recruitment of participants for dementia research: interprofessional perspectives from primary care-based memory clinics Academic Article uri icon

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abstract

  • Aim: To understand clinician attitudes and the barriers that impede research recruitment from specialized primary care-based memory clinics. Materials & methods: Clinicians completed a survey on attitudes and barriers to research recruitment from memory clinics. Results: Comfort and willingness to recruit for research were low to moderate and were lower for drug trials than for observational and non-drug trials. Respondents believed that it is important to have a standardized recruitment process. Identified barriers provide some insights into the factors that contribute to discomfort and lack of willingness to recruit research participants. Discussion: Findings can inform future efforts to develop a recruitment process that addresses identified barriers, while also providing an opportunity to increase participant recruitment in dementia research.

authors

  • Lee, Linda
  • Locklin, Jason
  • Patel, Tejal
  • Lu, Stephanie K
  • Hillier, Loretta M

publication date

  • June 2022