Intended for participants of all training levels, this workshop helps members of the biomedical research community develop skills about how thoughtfully to communicate the use of race and ethnicity in their work.
We will highlight examples of current communication of race and ethnicity in published research; cross-disciplinary "best practices"; common poor practices (i.e., ambiguous or harmful language); and how participants can improve their own writing and communication around race and ethnicity.
Our four-hour interactive workshop will include brief lectures paired with small-group activities in which participants will practice applying core concepts. We will also share a detailed resources packet that includes guidelines, readings, and other materials supporting thoughtful and clear communication of race and ethnicity in research.
Rae Anne Martinez, MSPH
Department of Epidemiology at UNC Chapel Hill Nafeesa Andrabi, MA
Department of Sociology at UNC Chapel Hill Andi Goodwin, MA
Department of Sociology at UNC Chapel Hill Rachel Wilbur, PhD
Postdoctoral Fellow in Indigenous Community Well-Being
This workshop is brought to you by the NC TraCS Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) Program and the UNC Pharmacoepidemiology Program at the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health.
Brinkhous-Bullitt, 2nd floor
160 N. Medical Drive
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
The North Carolina Translational and Clinical Sciences (NC TraCS) Institute at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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