How to increase inclusivity in clinical trials: a patient’s perspective

Wanda F. Moore Wanda F. Moore, chair of the Sarver Heart Center Minority Outreach Programs write in a blog post: Clinical trials are particularly important for the development of precision medicine to meet the needs of all individuals, particularly minority groups. Improving participation by minority populations requires equitable sampling, being inclusive of all members of the population regardless of educational attainment and encouragement wherever possible. Clinical trials must be ethically sound, with education and respect for the privacy rights of all participants.