It's all in whom you know (as well as what you know): Using network analysis and health professionals own knowledge for recruitment

Charlene McShane, Olinda Santin, Helen McAneney*, Michael Donnelly, Jackie Quinn, Oonagh Sheehy, Liam Murray, Lesley Anderson

*Corresponding author for this work

Research output: Contribution to conferencePoster

Abstract

Often the decision of whom to interview within a study
is crucial to its ultimate success or failure, but when the
study is to assess a very specific subset of health professionals, this decision may be even more vital.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 29 Nov 2013
Event2nd Clinical Trials Methodology Conference: Methodology Matters - Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Duration: 18 Nov 201319 Nov 2013

Conference

Conference2nd Clinical Trials Methodology Conference
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityEdinburgh
Period18/11/1319/11/13

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    McShane, C., Santin, O., McAneney, H., Donnelly, M., Quinn, J., Sheehy, O., Murray, L., & Anderson, L. (2013). It's all in whom you know (as well as what you know): Using network analysis and health professionals own knowledge for recruitment. Poster session presented at 2nd Clinical Trials Methodology Conference, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.