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Harvard Course: Community-Engaged Research

October 1, 2021 (all day) at Online Course Series
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Online Course Series

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Community engagement in research provides an opportunity for greater trust and respect to be built between academic researchers and communities and, ultimately, improved community health. Therefore, this course was designed for both researchers and community members in mind. The purpose of this online course is two-fold: to build the skills of researchers to develop trusting relationships and impactful research with the community and to prepare community partners to engage in health research.

Participants will learn key considerations when setting out to begin community-engaged research and will have the opportunity to engage in deep discussion with one another on topics in the field. Additionally, participants will hear perspectives from a myriad of seasoned researchers and community members on how to make health research more inclusive.

Learning Objectives:

This course consists of three core modules that can be taken in succession or individually. These core modules will focus on:

  • methods and principles of community-engaged research;
  • cultivating effective collaboration between community members and researchers;
  • and how to incorporate community-engaged concepts into research studies and practice settings.


Register by October 1, 2021


Contact Information

Email us at OnlineEducation@catalyst.harvard.edu with questions.


NIH Funding Acknowledgment: Important - All publications resulting from the utilization of SC CTSI resources are required to credit the SC CTSI grant by including the NIH funding acknowledgment and must comply with the NIH Public Access Policy.