To foster patient-centered clinical and translational research, investigators need to understand how to identify community needs and priorities by using evidence-based approaches to optimize community-stakeholder engagement at multiple levels.
The Community Engagement Series provides educational opportunities demonstrating best practices for the integration of community engagement activities into research to build sustained, community-academic partnerships.
This series shares current examples, methods, and results of community engagement and provides concrete steps that can be taken to engage a community across the research life cycle.
Trustworthiness: Explaining and quieting the echoes of Tuskegee with Derek M. Griffith, Ph.D.CME credit link
Health Care Activism, Community Health, and Patient-Centered Research with Thomas Concannon, Ph.D.CME credit link
Community Engagement Grand Rounds: Latino Populations and Community-Engaged ResearchCME credit link
Sustaining Trustworthiness in our Community Engagement Program with Linda B. Cottler, Ph.D.CME credit link
LGBTQ+ Cancer: Equity Moves for 2022 with Scout, M.A., Ph.D.CME credit link
HIV/AIDS Re-entry Coalition: Impact of Community Engagement on Patient Care and ResearchCME credit link
Community Engagement to Achieve Health Equity and Research Workforce Diversity with Jamboor Vishwanatha, Ph.D.CME credit link
Our Community, Our Health Town Hall - Advancing Food Equity in North TexasCME credit link