On November 1, 2020, the National Institutes of Health, an agency of the United States Department of Health & Human Services, entered into a three-year contract (with all options exercised) with Rekrewt.
Specifically, Rekrewt has been tasked with strategizing and executing the recruitment of participants for crucial substance use research at the National Institute of Drug Abuse Intramural Research Program (NIDA IRP), located on the Johns Hopkins Bayview campus in Baltimore, Maryland.
“We’re thrilled to be working with NIH again,” said Rekrewt founder and president Zach Jones.
“While Rekrewt has assisted NIDA IRP over the past few years, this new engagement offers us expanded opportunities to further improve their participant recruitment. Their substance use research has the potential to be both life-changing and life-saving for many people, and we feel privileged to be part of these efforts.”
Rekrewt, as a leading provider of specialized digital recruitment marketing services, will be working with multiple principal investigators to understand the inclusion/exclusion criteria for each study, and leveraging digital strategies and tactics to recruit their ideal participants.
Rekrewt works with state and federal government agencies, higher education, and companies to strategize and execute digital recruitment plans that reach complex, granular audiences. Engagements typically include research/trial recruitment, student recruitment, or workforce recruitment. Rekrewt’s credo is “We connect organizations with the people they seek to serve, so that lives are changed and communities are improved.”
Learn about NIDA’s mission and research by visiting https://www.drugabuse.gov.