College research departments use students as participants in trials and often receive course credit or other incentives, but sometimes challenges are found in recruiting participants without compensation. This commentary describes methods of recruitment for one study at Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research and comments from two other schools about how they recruit volunteers.
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Research Article| April 01 2007
Recruitment of Research Volunteers: Methods, Interest, and Incentives
Lee R. Goldenberg, DC;
Edward F. Owens, Jr., MS, DC;
Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research
Address correspondence to: Edward F. Owens, Jr., MS, DC, Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research, Palmer College of Chiropractic, 741 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa 52803; Edward.firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Lee R. Goldenberg, Edward F. Owens, Joel G. Pickar; Recruitment of Research Volunteers: Methods, Interest, and Incentives. J Chiropr Educ 1 April 2007; 21 (1): 28–31. doi: https://doi.org/10.7899/1042-5055-21.1.28
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