Community Engaged Research Training for Researchers

Community Engaged Research Training for Researchers

FREE Seven-part ONLINE Training Series

To register: Please complete this online application [CLICK HERE].

September 15th – Cultural Humility, with Tene Hamilton; Helath Leads & Amy Richardson; Siloam Health

September 23rd – Overview of Community Engaged Research, with Jennifer Erves; Meharry Medical College

September 29th – Community Engagement and Ethics, with David Schlundt; Vanderbilt University

October 6th – Building Sustainable Partnerships, with Barbara Clinton; consultant

October 13th – NO TRAINING THIS WEEK

October 20th – Evaluating Community Partnerships, with Sarah Suiter; Vanderbilt University

October 27th – Nashville Neighborhoods 101, with Tiffany Israel, Vanderbilt University

November 3rd – Dissemination, with Sarah Cook; Vanderbilt University & Stephanie Mayers; Vanderbilt University

Learning Objectives:

Cultural Humility, with Tene Hamilton; Health Leads & Amy Richardson; Siloam Health

• Participants will increase their knowledge of the multitude of factors that inform culture.

• Participants will increase understanding of the principles of cultural humility.

• Participants can identify personal beliefs and values and how these factors influence their own behaviors on co-worker

and patient relationships.


Overview of Community Engaged Research, with Jennifer Erves; Meharry Medical College

• Define community engagement

• Describe the community-engaged research continuum

• Identify barriers and benefits to community-engaged research

• Tips for engaging in effective community-engaged research efforts


Community Engagement and Ethics, with David Schlundt; Vanderbilt University

• Describe the community-engaged research continuum

• Highlight the basic principles of research ethics and their relevance to community-engaged research

• Identify factors that may influence an ethics review of a community-engaged research project


Building Sustainable Partnerships, with Barbara Clinton, Consultant

• Examine what partnerships between community organizations and academic researchers need to succeed

• Identify tools that promote trust and manage conflict in partnerships


Nashville Neighborhoods 101, with T iffany Israel; Vanderbilt University

• Increased knowledge of the history and culture of Nashville’s neighborhoods

• Improved ability to take into consideration assets and challenges of Nashville’s neighborhoods to enhance academic

work.