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  • Apr 10, 2019

GHUCCTS Board Member develops free online course to enhance diversity recruitment in clinical trials

Consuelo H. Wilkins, MD, MSCI, Executive Director of the Meharry-Vanderbilt Alliance and GHUCCTS External Advisory Board (EAB) member, has led the development of a free online course dedicated to improving diversity in clinical trial participation. The course, "Faster Together, Enhancing the Recruitment of Minorities in Clinical Trials", is an eight week beginner-level course covering all aspects of recruitment, enrollment, and retention of racial and ethnic minorities in clinical trials. 

The course is free to enroll and take. Students will be offered the option of purchasing a certificate of completion (financial aid available). 

To read more about the course, including instructor biographies and course syllabus, please visit their website

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