Examples from the Field: HIV Research, Care, and Treatment Strategies for Community Based Organizations and Researchers
Researchers, study teams, pediatricians, and community members are invited to join this special event.
Examples From the Field
Advancing Community-Engaged Research Practices at Duke
"HIV Research, Care, and Treatment Strategies for Community Based Organizations and Researchers"
During this session, you will learn about the history of community mobilization and engagement and how it played a critical role in advancing clinical trials and treatments for HIV during the early phase of the global epidemic; discover strategies used to strengthen research from the Duke Center for AIDS Research, CAARE Inc., Triangle Empowerment Center; discuss strategies, successes, and challenges for community-based organizations and researchers doing community engaged research to advance discoveries in HIV prevention, care and treatment.
Register today: https://duke.is/55st2
Presenters for this panel will be:
-Dr. John Bartlett- Duke HIV Researcher and Treatment Pioneer
-Dr. William Zule- Research Triangle International, HIV Researcher
-Miguel Hunter- CEO Triangle Empowerment Center
-Rev. Jimmy Gibbs- National Center for AIDS Research, Community Advisory Chair
-Carolyn Hinton- CEO, CAARE, The Healing Center
Moderated by Correll McCrae, North Carolina Division of Health and Human Services Research Strategist