Participant Recruitment Resources

Several resources are available to help UF researchers recruit participants for IRB-approved research studies.

  • CTSI Recruitment Center:
    Offering consultations and services to assist with increasing access to community and special populations, optimizing the recruitment and retention of participants and engaging effective recruitment methods and materials.
  • HealthStreet:
    A team of UF community health workers who connect Alachua County residents to opportunities to participate in research as well as to medical and social services.
  • Institute on Aging Recruitment, Adherence and Retention Core:
    Services to support recruitment, including development and implementation of recruitment strategies, monitoring and reporting recruitment progress, and development of recruitment materials.
  • ResearchMatch.org:
    Access via the UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute to a national registry of volunteers willing to learn about opportunities to participate in research.
  • UF Age Network:
    Human subjects recruitment support for faculty in supported units.
  • UF StudyConnect:
    A central IRB-approved resource for listing UF clinical research studies that are seeking volunteers (maintained by the UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute).

CTSI Research Project Navigators

Not sure where to start? Blocked by a specific problem? The UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute can help. Contact a CTSI Research Project Navigator to help jump-start your research.

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