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SC CTSI-supported Research Campaign Raises Awareness of Cervical Cancer Prevention among Latinas

The following research by Dr. Lourdes Baezconde-Garbanati at USC's Department of Preventive Medicine was supported by the SC CTSI's Community Engagement and Research Development core groups.

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SC CTSI’s Community Mentorship Program Cited in Article by NIH NHLBI Division Director

Perspective on “The Journey From Research Discovery to Optimal Heart Health for All”

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SC CTSI Turns to Popular Television Drama to Educate the Public about Clinical Research

Researchers from the Keck School of Medicine of USC helped shape a storyline about clinical research for the Grey's Anatomy TV series.

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Spanish-language forum sheds light on mental health services - and how they can help

USC professor leads community event advising people how they assist loved ones

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SC CTSI Develops New Manuals to Help Researchers Engage Diverse Communities in Clinical Studies

Manuals provide toolkits for strategies to guide researchers as they partner with community members, recruit participants, and involve community voices in research design.

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SC CTSI Pioneers Innovative Promotora-based Outreach Program to Increase Participation of Latinos

With Latinos seriously underrepresented in U.S. clinical studies, "Research Ambassadors" go into the community to educate, dispel myths, and discuss the value of participation in clinical studies.

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SC CTSI-Supported Research Takes Aim at Reducing Misuse of Emergency Medical Services in LA

SC CTSI-supported researcher collaborates with the Los Angeles Fire Department to improve the city’s Emergency Medical Services.

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SC CTSI Success Story Featured at the National Level

SC CTSI fosters new understanding of community mentorship role in research.

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