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Greater Rochester Practice-Based Research Network

Mission: bring together primary care clinicians and researchers in a collaborative model to improve patient care and outcomes through biomedical research. Learn more about the Greater Rochester Practice-Based Research Network

Research Coordinators Group (SCORE)

SCORE supports education and networking for URMC research coordinators and staff. Learn more about SCORE

Center for Community Health

Mission: join forces with the community to eliminate health disparities and improve health through research, education and service. Learn more about the Center for Community Health

External Resources

UR Health Research Website

The UR Health Research Website is a resource for the community which provide education about clinical trials, the ability to search UR open studies and to register to participate in future studies.

Center for Information and Study on Clinical Research Participation (CISCRP)

CISCRP provides healthcare professionals with resources to better understand the study volunteer and facilitates collaborations among all members of the clinical research enterprise.  Learn more about CISCRP

Clinical Performance Partners

Provides downloadable resources and tools. Learn more about Clinical Performance Partners

Forte Tips for Patient Recruitment

Tips for patient recruitment strategies used in clinical researh to increase patient enrollment.

Patient enrollment and retention

Accrual Net: A Resource and Professional Community for Clinical Trial Accrual

Strategies, tools, and resources to support accrual to clinical trials. Learn more about Accrual Net

Clinical Translational Science Institute logoThe Recruitment and Retention Program is part of the University of Rochester Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI).

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