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Current Trends in Qualitative Methodology for Translational Science Research and Evaluation

Date Wed, Jul 8
Time 12: 00 PM - 1: 00 PM
Location Online


Sponsored by the Association for Clinical and Translational Science (ACTS), the purpose of this panel is to demonstrate the application of current qualitative methods to evaluate clinical and translational science programs, organizations, and enterprises.

Time will be distributed evenly to the five presenters, who will speak for 8 minutes and allow for 4-5 minutes of Q & A. Learn more about the five presenters and their topics here.

Registration is required. This webinar is faciliated by Joseph A. Kotarba and Clara M. Pelfrey, and co-sponsored by the ACTS Evaluation SIG and the American Evaluation Association (AEA) Translational Research Evaluation Topical Interest Group (TRE TIG). 

Upcoming Events
Sponsored by the Association for Clinical and Translational Science (ACTS), the purpose of this panel is to demonstrate the application of current qualitative methods to evaluate clinical and translational science programs, organizations, and enterprises.
Jul 08
Walker Webcast with Dr. Wayne Frederick, President of Howard University  Jul 08, 2020   12: 30 PM - 1: 30 PM  Online
On the next Walker Webcast, Willy’s guest will be Dr. Wayne A. I. Frederick, the president of Howard University and a distinguished researcher and surgeon. As the leader of one of the top HBCU’s and a renowned healthcare expert, Dr. Frederick will speak to Howard Medical Center’s response to COVID-19, successful recruitment strategies for building a diverse workforce, racial justice in America, and considerations for bringing students back to campus in September.
Jul 15
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Malika Fair, MD, MPH is the Senior Director of Health Equity Partnerships and Programs at the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC). In this role, Dr. Fair develops programs and initiatives to enhance institutional, faculty, and student learning in diversity & inclusion, equity, and population health.
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