Recruitment of African American women to a walking program

Eligibility, ineligibility, and attrition during screening The purposes of this paper were to identify strategies successful in the recruitment of African American women to a home-based walking program and to examine factors that contribute to attrition, eligibility, and ineligibility during the recruitment screening protocol.
JoEllen Wilbur,Judith McDevitt,Edward Wang,Barbara Dancy,Joan Briller,Diana Ingram,Terry Nicola,Hyeonkyeong Lee,Shannon Zenk
Wiley Interscience
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