Michigan Diabetes Research Center: Clinical Core: Recruitment Services

Application to use Recruitment Services (.docx)

The Michigan Diabetes Research Center (MDRC) Recruitment Service facilitates identification of potential subjects with diabetes for clinical studies/trials in University of Michigan. We use 3 resources:

(1) Recruitment Services for clinical diabetes studies/trials:
The Michigan Diabetes Research Center (MDRC) Recruitment Service facilitates identification of potential subjects with diabetes for clinical studies/trials in University of Michigan (UM). Since 2010, our Diabetes Research Registry (DRR) has consented >7900 Michigan Medicine’s ambulatory care clinics’ diabetes patients who are interested to participate in clinical diabetes research, have completed questionnaires about their diabetes, consented to have their medical records searched, and agreed to be contacted by investigators with UM IRB-approved research. The DRR determines a patient’s eligibility for a specific clinical study/trial by matching his/her characteristics with the study’s entry criteria. UM investigators can also obtain aggregate counts of de-identified data from the DRR for their grant or interest in clinical trials applications. For more information contact: (www.diabetesresearchregistry@umich.edu).
(2) The MiChart Recruitment Alert (RA)
Investigators can also work with the MiChart Team to create recruitment alerts of potential volunteers for their study based on eligibility criteria. The MDRC Recruitment Service will be happy to work with investigators to complete such applications.
(3) Blue Cross Network (BCN).
Similarly, the MDRC Recruitment Service will be happy to work with investigators to complete applications for BCN to access their network for potential volunteers for their study.

Remember to cite the Michigan Diabetes Research Center (MDRC) in publications as follows:
“The project described was supported by Grant Number P30DK020572 (MDRC) from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases”