Top tips for recruiting the public for your research project
Here at Luto, our Project Assistants are often responsible for recruiting members of the general public to take part in our studies. Our studies may be in the form of face-to-face interviews or a survey, to see whether different types of health communications meet individual’s needs. Depending upon the kind of study, there might be varying and difficult demographics to recruit for. As an experienced Project Assistant, I’ve put together a selection of “top tips”, which can be used to help researchers recruit members of the general public.