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SC CTSI contributes community engagement expertise to guide ongoing vaccination campaigns

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Featured in USC News: SC CTSI and USC Partner to Develop Films to Increase COVID Vaccinations

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Restorative Circles: SC CTSI-Supported Initiative Helps Communities of Color Suffering from COVID-19 Pandemic

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Feature: Regina Greer-Smith Shares her Passion for Public Health, the SC CTSI, and VaccinateLA

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The SC CTSI's Community Engagement Team Launches Online COVID-19 Educational Workshop to Support LA's Latinx Communities

The workshop series delivers accurate and culturally tailored information to help members of the Latinx community protect themselves and their families during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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CHLA and SC CTSI Develop Interactive Virtual Robot Character to Boost Participation of Diverse Populations in Clinical Research

Kids and adults at Children's Hospital Los Angeles will be able to engage with "Zippy" the virtual research navigator to learn the basics about clinical research and why it's so vitally important for people from every population group to participate.

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Boosting Minority Participation in Health Research by Listening to the Community

In a study involving Filipino Americans in Los Angeles, CHLA/Keck physician-researcher Joyce R. Javier, MD, and her team used a popular minority recruitment model to refine their message for that population.

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Community Engagement Highlight: Healthy Black Communities – A Lunch and Learn Discussion

​On May 18th, the Community Engagement program, in partnership with the S.TA.R. Initiative (Strategically Targeting Appropriate Researchers) hosted a half-day training on how expanded research engagement with African American communities can lead to improved health outcomes.

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