Publications [#194875] of Li-Tzy Wu
- AK Burlew, JC Weekes, L Montgomery, DJ Feaster, MS Robbins, CL Rosa, LM Ruglass, KL Venner, LT Wu, Conducting research with racial/ethnic minorities: methodological lessons from the NIDA Clinical Trials Network.,
The American journal of drug and alcohol abuse, vol. 37 no. 5
pp. 324-32, ISSN 1097-9891 [doi]
(last updated on 2013/06/01)
BACKGROUND: Multiple studies in the National Institute on Drug Abuse Clinical Trials Network (CTN) demonstrate strategies for conducting effective substance abuse treatment research with racial/ethnic minorities (REMs). OBJECTIVE: The objectives of this article are to describe lessons learned within the CTN to (1) enhance recruitment, retention, and other outcomes; (2) assess measurement equivalence; and (3) use data analytic plans that yield more information. METHODS: This article includes background information and examples from multiple CTN studies on inclusion, measurement, and data analysis. CONCLUSIONS: Seven recommendations are included for conducting more effective research on REMs.
Clinical Trials as Topic • Continental Population Groups • Ethnic Groups • Humans • Minority Groups • National Institute on Drug Abuse (U.S.) • Patient Selection • Research Design* • Substance-Related Disorders • United States • epidemiology* • ethnology • methods*