SC CTSI WD presents - Translating Research to Practice in Diverse Urban Populations
This free short course will help prepare you to carry out clinical and translational research in populations characterized by diversity in race, ethnicity, country of origin, and socioeconomic status. You will learn how to tackle challenges that may arise in working with these populations, particularly in Los Angeles.
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At the end of the course, participants should be able to:
- To recognize the role of culture in research with urban populations.
- To recognize the need to collaborate with multiple disciplines.
- To understand how to approach, engage, and give feedback to communities.
- To frame research in urban populations in culturally appropriate ways.
- To recognize and address special ethics issues that arise in research in diverse populations.
- To identify measurement issues.
*A USC non-credit certificate will be issued within six weeks of completion.
The format of this course is in-person activity/discussion. Pre-recorded videos (total of 3 hours) are available for review prior to the course to enhance your experience.
Breakfast and lunch provided.