Engaging, recruiting, and retaining black men who have sexwith men in research studies: Don't underestimate the importance of staffing-lessons learned from HPTN 061, the BROTHERS study

Manya Magnus*, Julie Franks, Sam Griffith, Michael P. Arnold, Krista Goodman, Darrell P. Wheeler, Kenneth Mayer, Benjamin Perkins, Kelvin Powell, Benny Vega, Alan E. Greenberg, Jeanne Jordan, Irene Kuo, Gregory Phillips, Christopher Chauncey Watson, Sharon Mannheimer, Avelino Loquere, Beryl Koblin, Hong Van Tieu, Susan P. BuchbinderChadwick Campbell, Mathew Sanchez, Steven J. Shoptaw, Christopher Hucks-Ortiz, Erica Hamilton, Shawn La Jones, Georgette King, Jonathan Paul Lucas, Teresa Nelson, Sue Eshleman, Vanessa Cummings, Lei Wang, Corey Kelly, Ting Yuan Liu, Jane Bupp, Vanessa Elharrar, Sheldon Fields, Kaijson Noilmar, Steven Wakefield, Kate MacQueen, Leo Wilton, HPTN 061 Study Group

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