- -University Of Miami School Of Medicine
Southeast Florida is a lighthouse for people living with spinal cord injury (SCI), and also a locus of risk for climate hazards such as hurricanes and flooding. An understanding of climate hazard needs and experiences in people with SCI can inform solutions that, if fit to the needs of this community, will readily scale laterally and vertically. This presentation will discuss the results of a
- December 08, 2021In 2020 Fred Meyers, director of the UC Davis CTSC Research Training, Education and Career Development program, was awarded the UC Davis Chancellor's Achievement Awards for Diversity and Community. He received this award in recognition of his contributions in enhancing inclusiveness and diversity within the campus community. Dr. Meyers is also Director of the Center for Precision Medicine and Data
- -University Of Miami School Of MedicineThe JANUS program supported by the Miami Clinical and Translational Science Institute aims to counter the effects of structural racism that lead to limited exposure of Black high-school students to careers in STEM, and Black Undergraduate students to (often unpaid) research opportunities. We expect that through the example and efforts of JANUS fellows, who are now ‘graduating’, diversity, equity
Looking for new strategies for your KL2 or TL1 program? Are you worried about a lack of diversity and inclusion within your institution? How are you ensuring the diversity of the clinical science workforce? Not sure where to start? From Insights to Action is a collection of actionable questions inspired by hubs’ stories of ongoing progress and success in the Careers in Clinical & Translational
This module gives an overview of different gerontologized measures and resources.
- The toolkit comprises a set of power point slide sets (modules) intended to serve as a resource for persons delivering presentations aiming to heighten and facilitate older adult inclusion in clinical and translational research.
This module describes the unique benefits of including older adults in clinical research.
Best practices for including older adults with cognitive impairments in clinical research.
The PATIENTS Program of University of Maryland outlines the core principles of Community-Engaged Research (CEnR) and how it can be applied to a diverse older adult population.
This session will focus on multiple chronic conditions as a dimension of intersectionality needed for inclusion of older adults in research.
This annotated slide set introduces study teams to the NIH Inclusion Across the Lifespan Policy, and describes barriers and solutions to inclusion of older adults in research.
- This module identifies study design and statistical analysis strategies that can help assure that clinical investigations including older adults provide valid information and yield maximal insight.
- July 22, 2021
When thinking about diversity and inclusion, consider music. A symphony orchestra is comprised of the strings, the woodwinds, the brass and percussion. Without one, you lose the depth of sound. Without them all, you lose the genius of Beethoven or Mozart. In medicine and clinical research, innovation and widespread impact cannot be achieved unless representation from every section of culture and
- -University Of Florida
As part of its mission to cultivate and engage each other in honest and vulnerable conversations about race, the UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute's Diversity and Cultural Competence Council (UF CTSI DC3) will be hosting its second Black Voices in Research Storytelling Event on Saturday, Jun. 19, 2021 from 10 a.m. - 11:30 p.m. EST. Created with the support of local storytelling event
- -Association for Clinical and Translational ScienceThe University of Florida Clinical and Translational Science Institute's Diversity and Cultural Competency Council, (UF CTSI DC3) has successfully used storytelling to amplify and explore the voices of black researchers and professionals using storytelling. The first event, Black Voices in Research: University of Florida CTSI Provides a Platform for Underrepresented Voices, has been well received
May 27, 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM Eastern Time. This NCATS “Rapid-Response” Un-Meeting will encourage discussions to identify activities that can be initiated and sustained in the interpandemic period to include when a significant public health emergency arises in the future, these community based environments can seamlessly participate in joint projects to address the threat. Other potential topics include identifying opportunities to build models of outreach to better include community hospitals for recruitment and enrollment into academic clinical trials, identifying ways to increase participant
- -Emory University
Emory School of Medicine and Morehouse School of Medicine invite you to join Black Men in White Coats: a film screening and discussion in honor of Black History Month. This documentary dissects the systemic barriers preventing black men from becoming medical doctors and the consequences on society at large. Watch the film anytime between now and February 23, then join a discussion on February 24
- -University Of FloridaThis unique event will feature a cast of five Black voices who will share their stories in a live stream format via the Heartwood Soundstage. Their stories will help to highlight the unique experiences of Black biomedical researchers and research professionals at UF, contributing to the university's continuing mission to promote an inclusive, diverse, equitable, and accessible community.
- -Association for Clinical and Translational ScienceThe development of health and biological response to treatment varies by age, yet many studies still fail to incorporate the dimension of time into their research. In January 2019 the National Institutes of Health adopted the Inclusion across the Lifespan Policy mandating that “individuals of all ages, including children and older adults, must be included in all human subjects research (45 CFR 46)
- -University Of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Developed by RTI International and funded by the North Carolina Translational and Clinical Sciences (NC TraCS) Institute's Inclusive Science Program, Semblie is an online platform that allows users to build, deliver, and track web-based interventions without the need for a developer or graphic artist. Following up on an earlier 3-part series that provided a general overview of Semblie, this
- OtherWith the presence of #MeToo, Time’s Up Healthcare, and diversity and inclusion efforts broadly at member institutions, leaders in academic medicine are increasingly aware of the need to create safe and inclusive environments. Recent studies have highlighted the prevalence and profound impact of sexual and gender harassment. Institutional leaders are looking for best practices to create safe
- -Pennsylvania State Univ Hershey Med CtrPenn State Clinical and Translational Science Institute presents "Cultivating a Climate of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Virtual Teams" at its next Translational Science Seminar Series webinar from noon to 1 p.m. on Oct. 22. How can teams be managed to simultaneously improve inclusivity and leverage the power of diverse thought? This seminar will discuss practical tools for fostering a
- July 23, 2020Five questions with our visiting medical student interns from around the U.S Every year, medical school students from across the U.S. participate in a summer of clinical and translational research in Harvard labs through the Visiting Research Internship Program (VRIP), offered by the Harvard Catalyst Diversity Inclusion program. This summer, VRIP has taken on a new digital format. Hear from summer
- July 21, 2020
The Georgetown-Howard Universities Center for Clinical and Translational Science (GHUCCTS) has produced a series of videos emphasizing the value of engaging patients and communities in clinical research. Hear interviews with our Participant Advisory Board (PAB) members, pilot study investigators, KL2 scholars, community partners, and GHUCCTS staff on why this work matters.
- June 12, 2020The recent deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor, in addition to the disproportionate burden of COVID-19 on African Americans, are wrenching reminders of the many harms that societal racism, inequality, and injustice inflict on the Black community. These injustices are rooted in centuries of oppression—including slavery and Jim Crow, redlining, school segregation, and mass