Minnesota Chapter: Seven Sessions of Research Lessons: Partnerships, Priorities and Practices

When:  Oct 29, 2020 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (CT)
Associated with  ACRP Minnesota Chapter

Minnesota Chapter: Seven Sessions of Research Lessons: Partnerships, Priorities and Practices that work best with the Minnesota’s Urban Native American Community: Session 3 - Incercarated Population-Opportunity for Treatment and Education to Reduce re-use and recivism

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Target Audience:
  • CRCs
  • CRAs
  • Auditors
  • Project Managers
  • Regulatory Affairs/Compliance
  • Data Managers (Site, Sponsor, CRO)
  • Quality Assurance
  • Clinical Research Administrators

Program Description:
A seven-part discussion series, focused on urban Native Americans, to promote better cultural awareness by clinicians and researchers. We know that improved cultural understanding is key to maximizing the value and quality of ongoing studies and with ample funding available to conduct clinical research with Minnesota’s Native American communities, cross-cultural incongruities represent a barrier to participation by patients and other stakeholders. This third session will focus on Incercarated Population-Opportunity for Treatment and Education to Reduce re-use and recivism.

Speaker:
  • Dr. Tyler Winkelman (Clinician-Investigator Hennepin Healthcare)
  • Joe Hobot (CEO-American Indian Opportunities Industrialization Center)
Registration Fees:
  • $0 for all attendees
Contact Hour Fees:
  • Chapter Members: $0
  • ACRP Members: $15
  • Non-Members: $30

* Please Note: If you are looking to receive Contact Hours for this event, you will have to pay both the Registration Fee and Contact Hour Fee.

Contact Hours: 1 Contact Hour

Refund/Cancellation: No refunds.

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