RED 660 | Best Practice Network: Cultural Competency, Diversity and Equity in Research Participation
Health equity begins with research participation equity. By recognizing and understanding how our own biases may impact research recruitment efforts, we can identify ways to begin to dissolve health care disparities for our community. What is health equity and how does that impact research as a whole? Where can resources be accessed to improve study diversity? How can we build a bridge to the community our research targets? This discussion will describe what it means to be culturally and linguistically appropriate and how we can find ways to address health care disparities through our work in research.
Sadie Gabler, BS, CCRC
Office of Research Participants Advocacy
Audience: All faculty, students, staffs
Duration: Approximately 1 hours