Clinical Trials Outreach for Latinos: Program Replication Manual

Clincial trials outreach manual for Latinos

We’re glad you’re ready to learn more about clinical trials outreach for Latinos!

We created the Clinical Trials Outreach for Latinos (CTOL) Program Replication Manual to give you tips, resources, and other help to incorporate these activities in your organization.

The manual can help you:

  • Learn about clinical trials and the need for outreach among minorities;
  • Start clinical trials outreach activities in your organization;
  • Adapt outreach materials and evaluations to your organizational needs; and
  • Increase the number of Latinos who participate in clinical trials and biospecimen donation in your community!


Manual adaptable templates and materials:

Donor Biospecimens cover

Educational Module Presentation English (for PPT file, email us)

Educational Module Presentation Spanish (for PPT file, email us)

ManualCTOL Donate Biospecimens English

CTOL Donando Bioespecímenes Spanish




manualCTOL Clinical Trials English

CTOL Estudios Clínicos Spanish




Community Resources Directory

CTOL References

PRE-Evaluation Form English

PRE-Evaluation Form Spanish

POST-Evaluation Form English

POST-Evaluation Form Spanish

Demographic Sheet English

Demographic Sheet Spanish

The CTOL program and manual was developed by the Institute for Health Promotion Research (IHPR) at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio through two projects funded by the National Cancer Institute (NCI). Those projects are Redes En Acción: The National Latino Cancer Research Network and the Region 4 Transdisciplinary Geographic Management Program (GMaP) program, which is building a synergistic network of investigators in basic, clinical, population- and community-based research to eliminate cancer health disparities.

Manual citation:

Trevino-Whitaker RA, San Miguel S, Despres C, Gallion K, Ramirez AG. Clinical Trials Outreach for Latinos: Program Replication Manual (2013). Institute for Health Promotion Research. University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Project Supported by the National Cancer Institute (Grant No. 5 U54 CA153511 and 3 U54 CA153511-02S1). Available at