LIBRARY & RESOURCES

Research Events & News

PCORI News

PAST-November 17-19, 2021 PCORI 2021 Virtual Annual Meeting

Learn more about our Annual Meeting here

Visit PCORI for the latest information on funding opportunities, news, & events!


Publications

Researching Health Together: Engaging Patients and Stakeholders, From Topic Identification to Policy Change 1st Edition by Emily B. Zimmerman

Chapter 15:
Community Engagement in an Urban AIAN Community to Address Diabetes Prevention

Authors: J. Evans, L. Goldman Rosas, R. McClinton-Brown, J. Vasquez

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Certifications

CIRTification Training

CIRTification Training from University of Illinois, Chicago, Center for Clinical and Translational Science. Available in both English and Spanish. CIRTification teaches community research partners about the importance of protecting research participants while enhancing the overall contribution they are able to make to their respective research teams.

Networking

Communities Connecting to Research

Communities Connecting to Research from Boston University, School of Social Work. Free, self-paced online training for community members interested in learning more about partnering with academic researchers.

Trainings & Presentations

CE Overview | Introduction to Community Engagement in Research  

Recording Date: September 2, 2021

Presented by: Drs. Lisa Goldman Rosas & Patricia Rodriguez Espinosa


CBPR Overview | Introduction to Community-Based Participatory Research

Recording Date: September 2, 2021

Presented by: Drs. Lisa Goldman Rosas & Patricia Rodriguez Espinosa


YouTube Informed Consent for Research: What to Expect

This HHS video provides basic information about informed consent and what information you’ll get to help you decide whether to volunteer for a research study. Learn more here

YouTube | Benefits, challenges, and solutions for team science in partnership with the community

Recording Date: May 10, 2022

Team Science Tuesday | Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics

Presented by: Dr. Lisa Goldman Rosas, Faculty Director, Stanford University School of Medicine Office of Community Engagement