Developing a Culturally-Informed Survey Instrument to Assess Biomedical Research Participation among Latinos on the U.S.-Mexico Border
Reports on a project to develop a quantitative biomedical
research survey tool to evaluate the beliefs, willingness,
and preferences of Latino participants from the U.S.-Mexico
border region. Discusses challenges in representing
minority, rural, and low-income populations in research.
Describes a process of developing multiple qualitative and
quantitative data collection and analysis methodologies,
sharing lessons learned.
Sarah D. Hoh., Rachel Ceballos, Mary Alice Scott, Beti Thompson
Qualitative Health Research, 29(3), 445-454
Culture and cultural competency · Hispanic or Latino · Research methods and resources · U.S.-Mexico Border Region · New Mexico