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The Recruitment Enhancement Core (REC) is a free service providing study teams with additional recruitment support. Services include recruitment strategy consultation for protocols and grant writing, recruitment strategy consultation for studies already in progress, writing and editing recruitment documents, IRB regulatory support related to recruitment, deploying recruitment emails/letters, tear pad advertising around CHOP’s campus, submissions to This Week at CHOP and CHOP social media tools, utilization of Clinical Trial Finder advertisement and other resources to support study enrollment.  We also support enrollment in the community and maintain a participant registry list of families who have indicated that they are interested in participating in research at CHOP.

To view some of the current ongoing research at CHOP, please visit www.research.chop.edu/research-discovery-finder.

To sign up to be contacted about studies you may qualify for, please sign up for our research participant registry.

To add your study to the Research Discovery Finder, please visit this website or contact [email protected]

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