Timothy Rebbeck, PhD
The goals of the Recruitment, Outcomes and Assessment Resource (ROAR) are to develop resources for population and clinical/transitional research that can enhance collaborative, multidisciplinary population research; enable observational, behavioral, clinical translation and interventional studies; and avoid inefficiency in the development and execution of these studies. The ROAR, which is led by Dr. Karen Glanz, is comprised of two interdigitated and coordinated components: The Research Implementation Component (RIC), and the Recruitment, Retention and Outreach Component (RROC).
The purpose of the RIC is to facilitate the initiation and execution of patient-oriented research studies.
Services provided by the RIC include:
The purpose of the RROC is to provide assistance with development and implementation of recruitment and retention plans and materials.
Services provided by the RROC include:
If you are interested in scheduling a free consultation meeting, please contact Dr. Glanz at email@example.com.