Piggyback on another group's trust-building

September 2010
Clinical Trials Administrator;Sep2010, Vol. 8 Issue 9, p100
The article offers information about the science clubs established by Dr. Ann Chester, assistant vice president for health sciences for social justice at the Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center of West Virginia University in Pennsylvania. The clubs, composed of high school students and a teacher, offer activities like summer camp on the West Virginia University campus, weekly meeting during the school term, and a science project. The members became research assistants to a study on obesity and diabetes in their communities.


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