TraCS and Lineberger co-sponsor new research engagement training series

The Engaging Patient, Community, and Other Partners in Your Research: Online Training Series is a 3-part series about engaging patient, community, and other partners in research. You may register for the entire series OR any single training session.

Part 1

Engagement in Research 101 | Wednesday, November 16 from 10am-12pm.

Focuses on the basics of research engagement, providing an overview of patient and community engagement and its benefits, debunking common myths and misconceptions, and providing considerations and next steps for incorporating engagement approaches into your research.


Part 2

Engagement in Research Nuts & Bolts | Wednesday, November 30 from 10am-12pm

Covers specific engagement methods, including consultative community feedback sessions, advisory boards, and working with patient and community partners as members of a research team and/or Co-Principal Investigators.


Part 3

Strengthening Engagement | Wednesday, December 14 from 10am-12pm

Focuses on the nuances of building and maintaining partnerships, outlining best practices for developing and strengthening mutually beneficial partnerships and discussing common partnership challenges and solutions.


This training series was developed collaboratively with patient, community, and researcher partners and is co-sponsored by the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center (LCCC) and NC TraCS Institute.

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