Skip to content. | Skip to navigation

Personal tools
You are here: Home Events WEBINAR: BEST PRACTICES FOR RESPECTFUL ENGAGEMENT WITH MINORITY COMMUNITIES

WEBINAR: BEST PRACTICES FOR RESPECTFUL ENGAGEMENT WITH MINORITY COMMUNITIES

The Research Integrity Program presents PRIM&R webinar, featuring Drs. Stephen B. Thomas and Sandra Crouse Quinn of the University of Maryland, as they discuss findings from their NIH funded study, National Bioethics Infrastructure Initiative: Building Trust Between Minorities and Researchers. Focus will be on best practices for community partnerships and the impact of community engagement on recruitment and retention. March 2, 1:00-2:30 p.m. on HSC, CTRB 124. Attendees receive 1.5 hours RCR credit.

What
When Mar 02, 2011
from 01:00 pm to 02:30 pm
Where HSC: CTRB 124
Contact Name Elizabeth Langston
Contact Phone 852-1637
Add event to calendar vCal
iCal

Detail provided by PRIM&R:

Webinar Location and Time

March 2, 2011.  CTRB 124 1:00 pm EST- 2:30 PM EST

Webinar Overview

Building Trust between Minorities and Researchers is a federally funded initiative based at the University of Maryland’s Center for Health Equity. The goal of this initiative is to develop, implement and evaluate strategies aimed at increasing minority participation in biomedical and public health research. PRIM&R has partnered with the research team to facilitate the development and presentation of educational programs that improve research literacy for and respectful engagement with minority communities. The second webinar in a three-part series, Lessons from Researchers: Best Practices for Respectful Engagement with Minority Communities will present the findings from an in-depth and unique survey and interviews of researchers, research staff and IRB members and staff.

Topics for discussion will include:

  • Researchers’ attitudes toward community engagement

  • Challenges in building community partnerships

  • Best practices for community partnerships 

  • Impact of community engagement on recruitment and retention

Webinar Audience

The topic of this webinar is relevant to researchers, research staff, IRB members, and anyone working with human research protections programs (HRPPs) and IRBs.

All attendees will receive 1.5 hours of RCR credit. 

Please RSVP to 852-1637 or email Elizabeth

November 2012 »
November
MoTuWeThFrSaSu
1234
567891011
12131415161718
19202122232425
2627282930
 
Personal tools