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Evidence and equity: Challenges for research design

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This brief is based on a presentation at a meeting titled Building strong evidence in challenging contexts: Alternatives to traditional randomized controlled trials, held in September 2016 (http://www.opremethodsmeeting.org/2016topic.html). The purposes of this brief are (1) to discuss research disparities between easier-to-study populations and harder-to-study, more marginalized groups and (2) to present four strategies to address these research disparities. It draws on work with American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) populations as a motivating example. (author abstract)
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