Recruitment and retention of older adults in Assisted Living Facilities to a clinical trial using technology for falls prevention: A qualitative case study of barriers and facilitatorsCitation formats

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  • Wytske Meekes (Corresponding)
  • Claire Ford
  • Emma Stanmore (Lead)

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Recruitment and retention of older adults in Assisted Living Facilities to a clinical trial using technology for falls prevention: A qualitative case study of barriers and facilitators. / Meekes, Wytske (Corresponding); Ford, Claire; Stanmore, Emma (Lead).

In: Health and Social Care in the Community, 15.08.2020.

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