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National Academy On An Aging Society

Minority Participants Crucial to Effective Aging Studies

A new supplemental issue of The Gerontologist urges aging researchers to include representative samples of ethnically diverse populations in their work. The publication also identifies research priorities for moving the science of recruitment and retention forward, in addition to providing several strategies that scholars can employ in their work. The U.S. Census Bureau predicts… Minority Participants Crucial to Effective Aging Studies   

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