Date: May 24th, 2017
By: Mila Garrido
Websites for your research study are a great way to tell people about your study and enroll potential participants. Over the last six months, Healthy Teen Network has recruited over 1,700 young women across the United States to participate in two randomized controlled trials to test our two new mobile apps. We primarily used social media to recruit participants and enrolled them through an online portal. This interactive blog post is the second part of the two-part blog series that shares our lessons learned in successfully recruiting, screening, and enrolling participants into our two research studies. For more information on how to use social media to recruit participants, visit the first blog of this series.
Healthy Teen Network created two study websites to inform, screen, and enroll potential participants to two randomized controlled trials.
Click on the orange + signs on the images below to learn more about each aspect of our campaigns.
-Co-written by Nick Sufrinko and Genevieve Martínez-García.
About the Author
Milagros Garrido, MS, Associate Director of Innovation and Research at Healthy Teen Network, is a creative educator committed to helping communities to learn, use, and translate practical and innovative approaches to solve public health issues.