“Community-Engaged Research: How to Effectively Engage Stakeholders and Why It Matters” will be presented at the next Penn State College of Medicine SMaRT Connects webinar from 1 to 2 p.m. on Oct. 6. The SMaRT team will provide an overview of community-engaged research methodology and will spotlight studies that engage stakeholders throughout the research process. Attendees will engage in breakout sessions to reflect on community-engaged strategies in their fields of study and network with other research professionals.
SMaRT Connects, a resource of the Staffing, Mentorship and Research Training (SMaRT) Program, supports human subjects research professionals. The sessions provide timely College of Medicine research process information, professional development and networking. At each session, attendees will learn the latest tips, techniques, policies and procedures from subject matter experts who facilitate discussion, answer questions and provide guidance.
Penn State College of Medicine’s SMaRT Program facilitates the navigation of the College of Medicine resources for researchers and research support staff. The program team is available to work with investigators and staff at each stage of the research process, creating alignment with the necessary skills and resources when they are most needed. The program is available to all research support faculty and staff at the College of Medicine. It is supported by Penn State Clinical and Translational Science Institute. Request a consultation here.
Last Updated September 23, 2020