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Research Blog—Recruitment and Retention with YMSM

Posted by Melissa in Featured, Research Blog. No Comments

3rd June

Recruitment and retention can be challenging. Here, we share some tips from our experiences working with LGBTQ young people.



Participant Recruitment & Retention: Common Challenges & Recommended Strategies for HIV Prevention

Posted by Mallory in IMPACT Video. No Comments

21st October

In this webinar, LGBT health experts from both clinical and research backgrounds discuss recruitment and retention.



Webinar – Participant Recruitment & Retention: Common Challenges & Recommended Strategies for HIV Prevention Research & Practice

Posted by IMPACT in Featured, Research Blog. No Comments

28th September

Join us on this webinar Oct. 2 about recruitment & retention best practices from the IMPACT Program and Howard Brown Health Center.



Reducing Health Disparities and Enhancing the Responsible Conduct of Research Involving LGBT Youth

14th October

Describes the barriers and recommendations for providing LGBT youth safe and fair access to health research



Do Recruitment Patterns of Young Men Who Have Sex with Men (YMSM) Recruited Through Respondent-Driven Sampling (RDS) Violate Assumptions?

14th October

Contrary to assumptions, relationship characteristics played a significant role in respondent-driven sampling.



Evaluation of Respondent-Driven Sampling in a Study of Urban Young Men Who Have Sex with Men

14th October

Respondent-driven sampling with YMSM may not be efficient for the rate of recruitment or effective in generating a representative sample.



Examining racial and ethnic minority differences among YMSM during recruitment for an online HIV prevention intervention study

16th August

Results highlight the importance of engaging Black YMSM during recruitment for online interventions.



Keep It Up! Launches this Week!

Posted by Farrin in Research Blog, Youth Blog. No Comments

19th March

The goal of the program is for young HIV negative MSM to “Keep It Up!” and maintain the behaviors that keep them safe and negative.






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