Retention Strategies – Systematic Review
We completed a systematic review* focused on cohort retention methodology. Below are the 618 retention strategies and 12 themes from this systematic review. You can sort these strategies (by clicking on the header label), or you can search by theme or other search term (using the search box at the upper right side of the table)
Strategy themes: Benefits of Study ▪ Community Involvement ▪ Contact and Scheduling Methods ▪ Financial Incentives ▪ Non-Financial Incentives ▪ Reimbursement ▪ Reminders ▪ Special Tracking Methods ▪ Study Description ▪ Study Identity ▪ Study Personnel ▪ Visit CharacteristicsPlease login to view the table of retention strategies. (Login / Register)
*Robinson KA, Dinglas VD, Sukrithan V, Yalamanchili R, Mendez-Tellez PA, Dennison-Himmelfarb C, Needham DM. Updated systematic review identifies substantial number of retention strategies: Using more strategies retains more study participants. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. 2015; 68(12):1481-7. PubMed
This work, created by Dale M. Needham, MD, PhD and the Johns Hopkins University Outcomes After Critical Illness & Surgery (OACIS) Group, was funded by NHLBI R24HL111895, and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.