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The CARE Research Center at Massachusetts General Hospital studies clinical trial accrual for underrepresented groups and develops broad community engagement programming.
The Community Access, Recruitment & Engagement (CARE) Research Center at Massachusetts General Hospital aims to improve research representation in clinical trials so that advances in medicine work for the people who need them most. The CARE Research Center is focused on creating a clear, testable science of research engagement, recruitment and retention. We are committed to ensuring that these principles are rooted in diverse and inclusive research design.
CARE is determined to bring clinical research into communities that have been historically underrepresented in research in a way that engages and enables co-leadership and contribution to research endeavors. CARE believes that the people who live in the communities where research is conducted have the right to participate in and directly benefit from the process of clinical research, and that their voices are powerful and necessary in defining future areas of investigation.
Community Access, Recruitment & Engagement (CARE) Research CenterMassachusetts General Hospital101 Merrimac St., Suite 290Boston, MA 02114
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