We offer tailored workforce development to departments, divisions, or individual research teams. Our staff can work with your group on anything from Recruitment 101 to Best Practices to skill development customized to your needs.

Webinars and Training

Many aspects throughout the study lifecycle can influence recruitment and retention rates—the study design, the materials you use, the language you choose, outreach methods, and staff approaches—just to name a few.

In addition to expert guidance and resources, we are passionate about giving you the knowledge to plan for successful recruitment and retention!

We'd love to come work with your team directly! We offer tailored workforce development to departments, divisions, or individual research teams. Our staff can work with your group on anything from Recruitment 101 to Best Practices to skill development customized to your needs. Contact Emily Olsson (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) to discuss how we can help your research team improve success with participant recruitment and retention.

Check out the TraCS Event Calendar for upcoming webinar trainings! You can also watch some of our past presentations:


Past Presentations

Research for Me Town Hall

Recruitment Lecture Series

Selling Your Study: Defining Value and Cultivating Buy-in

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Make it Clear: The Use of Lay Language in Research Recruitment

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Designing Effective Recruitment Materials

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Related Presentations

Training for UNC Research Personnel: Recruitment Procedures and Recruitment Services at UNC
NRP Patient-Centered Research and Meaningful Stakeholder Engagement

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North Carolina Cancer Challenge Presentation: Improving Enrollment into Cancer Clinical Trials

This talk is geared toward clinicians interested in integrating research consideration into their clinical practice. The discussion considers barriers to cancer clinical trial enrollment in North Carolina and potential approaches to address this. Topics include the importance of patient and provider engagement, education, and resources for identifying research opportunities and available trials, barriers and mitigation strategies to address population disparities in trial enrollment, and other issues. This session provides information and strategies on participant recruitment, allowing individual study teams and/or clinicians from across the state to determine how research best fits into their individual models and how to present research participation as an option to all patients.


Want to chat about your specific study? Reach out today and let us know how we can help!

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