- -Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Brief description of webinar: Engaging patients and other interested parties in the planning, conduct, and dissemination of clinical research can improve participant recruitment and enhance research relevance and translation to practice. While researchers may be willing and interested in engagement as part of participatory and co-design methods, it’s not always clear what engagement strategies fit
- -Pennsylvania State Univ Hershey Med CtrIs there a reproducibility crisis in science? What is the difference between "reproducibility" and "replicability"? What are questionable research practices (QRPs)? How prevalent and serious are they? And why are some advocating for changes in how statistical analysis is carried out and reported on (while others are pushing back)? The current landscape of scientific practice can appear to be in
Advancing the Science of Effective Mentorship Conference, University of Wisconsin-Madison, April 12-13, 2023-University Of Wisconsin-Madison
Advancing the Science of Effective Mentorship: Future Directions for Sustainable Implementation and Evaluation of Mentorship Education for the Clinical and Translational Science Workforce Conference, April 12-13, 2023, Madison, Wisconsin Conference Goals: Provide an engaging and scholarly forum for clinical and translational scientists and institutional leaders from across the nation to learn
- -University Of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Join UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center and the North Carolina Translational and Clinical Sciences Institute for Engaging Patient, Community, and Other Partners in Your Research, a 3-part online training series about engaging patient, community, and other partners in research. You may register for the entire series OR any single training session. This training series was developed
- -University Of Pittsburgh At Pittsburgh
Save the date for the 1st annual Linguistic Justice in Research conference sponsored by the University of Pittsburgh Clinical and Translational Science Institute, UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Diversity Equity and Inclusion office, and the Mid Atlantic Regional Public Health Training Center. The conference will be virtual on April 14, 2023. See attached for more information and to
A Community Engaged Approach to Recruitment and Retention of Underrepresented Populations in Research-Vanderbilt University Medical Center
This webinar will highlight effective strategies for investigators and others who work in and with diverse communities to develop greater capacity and success in engaging, recruiting, and retaining research participants from underrepresented populations.
- -The CTSA Program Annual Spring Meeting provides an opportunity for the CTSA Steering Committee, Communicators Group, and Enterprise Committees to convene in person to support their goals, address priority or emerging public health issues, and share and/or define best practices across the consortium. Each group sets their own agenda for this meeting.
Penn State CTSI BERD Seminar: Design and Measurement Considerations for Implementation Science Projects-Pennsylvania State Univ Hershey Med CtrImplementation science seeks to improve the adoption, delivery, and sustainment of evidence-based interventions in healthcare and community settings. There is a wide range study designs now being used to evaluate implementation science projects, including traditional randomized and nonrandomized designs. There are other designs, including hybrid designs that combine effectiveness and
- -Children's Research Institute
This annual symposium celebrates the partnership between Children’s National Hospital and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID). Established in 2017, the Children's National - NIAID partnership focuses on advancing the health of children with allergic, immunologic, and infectious diseases through collaborative research and education. This year’s hybrid event will be
- -Virginia Commonwealth University
Effective participant recruitment and retention are critical components of clinical research. However, challenges with participant accrual are common, often compromising the ability to carry out investigations as intended. Robust recruitment and retention plans can greatly enhance the likelihood of responding to the study question to advance science. There is a related need to ensure that the
READI for Change: From Consultations to a Challenge Series – Integrating Multimedia, Interdisciplinary Approaches for EADI Awareness and Implementation in Clinical Trial Program Development-Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Attendees will gain insights and lessons learned about how to: 1) implement a research equity, accessibility, diversity, and inclusion (READI) consultation program at their institution; 2) plan and execute a multisite, interdisciplinary, multimedia challenge series focused on increasing READI awareness; and 3) develop an evaluation strategy to determine programming effectiveness.
- -University of Virginia
Dear Colleagues, Please join us for the second of the 2023 Voices in Clinical and Translational Science seminar series presented by iTHRIV, Tuesday June 20, 2023 at Noon. The Voices in Clinical & Translational Science Seminar series serves as a platform to lift underrepresented voices in research across the iTHRIV partnership with a focus on promoting dialogue and encouraging team science. This