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Communicating Race and Ethnicity in Health Research
This event qualifies for 4 hours of credit toward the annual inclusive excellence training credit for Gillings School faculty and staff.
For participants of all training levels in the biomedical research community, this 4-hour interactive workshop will highlight examples of current communication of race and ethnicity in published research, cross-disciplinary “best practices,” common poor practices, and how participants can improve their own writing and communication. We will include brief lectures paired with small-group activities in which participants will practice applying core concepts.
Learn more and register. This session has no registration fee and is open to anyone at UNC.
Rae Anne Martinez, MSPH – Department of Epidemiology, UNC Chapel Hill
Nafeesa Andrabi, MA – Department of Sociology, UNC Chapel Hill
Andi Goodwin, MA – Department of Sociology, UNC Chapel Hill
Rachel Wilbur, PhD – Department of Global Health and Social Medicine, Harvard Medical School
Natalie Smith, PhD – Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health
Paul Zivich, PhD – Department of Epidemiology, UNC Chapel Hill
Contact Rae Anne Martinez with questions.