Building trust: Researchers come in as problem solvers

September 2010
Clinical Trials Administrator;Sep2010, Vol. 8 Issue 9, p99
The article discusses how researchers can build trust in a community by utilizing a community-based participatory research (CBPR) approach in helping the community solve their existing concerns and problems. According to Paul McGinnis of the Oregon Rural Practice-based Research Network of the Research Network of the Oregon Health & Science University, there is a need to help people with their problems first in order for them to take interest in participating in studies. Researchers can also partner with groups that are already trusted by the community.


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