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Understanding attitudes to health research or “who can phone you at dinner time?”

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Title: Understanding attitudes to health research or “who can phone you at dinner time?”
Author: Teschke, Kay; Chu, Rachel; Marino, Suhail; Harris, Anne; Tsui, Joseph CK; Marion, Steve
Issue Date: 2008-08-12
Publicly Available in cIRcle 2012-06-06
Abstract: We conducted a survey of adult British Columbians, asking the following questions: 1. Are you willing to participate in health research? 2. How would the organization contacting you affect whether you felt comfortable and willing to participate in health research? 3. How would the method of selecting you affect whether you felt comfortable and willing to participate in health research? 4. Would other factors make you feel better or worse about participating in health research? 
Affiliation: Population and Public Health, School of (SPPH)Medicine, Faculty of
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2429/42456
Peer Review Status: Unreviewed
Scholarly Level: Researcher

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