Community-based pediatric clinical research: Lessons learned from Project HOPE 1000 and BRAVE Kids
Jillian Hurst, PhD, has expertise in conducting community-based clinical research studies in infants, children, and adolescents. She is currently a lead investigator on two such studies: Project HOPE 1000, an observational cohort study of mother-infant dyads, and Duke BRAVE Kids, an observational cohort study of children with exposure to or infection with COVID-19.
During this presentation, you will:
1. Be able to identify and define a community-based patient population.
2. Gain familiarity in the special considerations needed for recruitment and engagement of community-based study participants.
3. Identify strategies for recruitment and engagement of community-based populations.
Offering Attendance, IACET CEU, & AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)
Type: MEDICINE, DIVERSITY/INCLUSION, HEALTH/WELLNESS, LECTURE/TALK, and RESEARCH
Contact: MPH Sydney Sullivan