Recruitment Methods

Recruitment Methods

Question 2.1: Describe all types of recruitment used - as indicated on Subject Identification and Recruitment: General - and address the following questions: How will researchers gain access to contact information? How frequently will recruitment methods be used?


Question 2.4: Nearly all studies with any type of recruitment should upload some type of recruitment materials. For example, for phone or in-person recruitment, upload the script to be used when approaching potential subjects.  For email recruitment, upload the text of the email to be sent.  For advertisements, upload a copy of the ad, flyer, or brochure.

Question 2.5: A recruitment database - with anything beyond basic contact information - should be covered by an IRB approved protocol.  For studies which are using a recruitment database that are covered by another investigator's protocol, please answer Yes and respond to question 2.5.1 through 2.5.3.
Examples:
  • Investigators using the Psychology Pool to recruit subjects based on data from the tests completed to enroll in the Psychology Pool should select Yes to 2.5 and respond to 2.5.1 and 2.5.2.  No letter of support (2.5.3) is needed as all investigators using the Psychology Pool must be listed as members of the study team of the appropriate protocol. Contact Valerie Ahl for more information.
  • SONA system(s) for recruitment from certain courses/departments are not considered a recruitment database (no information is stored about individuals for targeted recruitment); therefore, 2.5 should indicate No.
  • Waisman Participant Core Registries and other fee recruitment databases should be fully described in 2.5.1 - 2.5.3.




Keywords:Recruitment Methods   Doc ID:29286
Owner:Casey P.Group:ED/SBS IRB - ARROW Help
Created:2013-03-29 12:21 CSTUpdated:2019-04-18 13:56 CST
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