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September 19, 2017

Engaging Underrepresented Racial/Ethnic Populations in Clinical Trials

We are pleased to announce that the video from Dr. Monica Webb Hooper’s presentation at Case CCC Continuing Education Session on 11/3/2016, entitled, ”Engaging Underrepresented Racial/Ethnic Populations in Clinical Trials,” has been posted on the CWRU CREC Program website. 

The video can be accessed at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptrX9RSSo6A&feature=youtu.be

Viewing the presentation and taking an online quiz will allow you to receive 3 Continuing Research Education Credits (CRECs).  

Monica Webb Hooper, PhD, is Director of the Office of Cancer Disparities Research at the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center. She is also Professor of Oncology, Family Medicine, Epidemiology & Biostatistics, and Psychological Sciences at the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. Dr. Webb Hooper is a clinical health psychologist whose research interests are in the health behavior change of cancer risk behaviors, with an emphasis on the intersection between cancer prevention and control, and minority health and disparity elimination. Dr. Webb Hooper’s research includes aspects of clinical health psychology, bio-behavioral oncology, public health, and social psychology.

 

We are pleased to announce that the video from Dr. Monica Webb Hooper’s presentation at Case CCC Continuing Education Session on 11/3/2016, entitled, ”Engaging Underrepresented Racial/Ethnic Populations in Clinical Trials,” has been posted on the CWRU CREC Program website. 

 

The video can be accessed at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptrX9RSSo6A&feature=youtu.be

Viewing the presentation and taking an online quiz will allow you to receive 3 Continuing Research Education Credits (CRECs).  

 

Monica Webb Hooper, PhD, is Director of the Office of Cancer Disparities Research at the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center. She is also Professor of Oncology, Family Medicine, Epidemiology & Biostatistics, and Psychological Sciences at the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. Dr. Webb Hooper is a clinical health psychologist whose research interests are in the health behavior change of cancer risk behaviors, with an emphasis on the intersection between cancer prevention and control, and minority health and disparity elimination. Dr. Webb Hooper’s research includes aspects of clinical health psychology, bio-behavioral oncology, public health, and social psychology.

 

Cultural Inclusion and Awareness Series

The Case CCC Minority Accrual Committee (MAC) would like to introduce a new name, Cultural Inclusion and Awareness Series for the Cultural Competency Series.  The new name will allow the Committee to broaden the Series scope and post information which will have more research focus. 

September 19, 2017: Engaging Underrepresented Racial/Ethnic Populations in Clinical Trials

June 15, 2017: Health Disparities Data Widget

May 8, 2017: FDA Drug Trials Snapshots and Diversity When Testing New Drugs

December 1, 2016: SRHEC Debuts Cultural Competency Resource Guide and White Paper

April 5, 2016: National Minority Health Month

December 15, 2015: Case Comprehensive Cancer Center Cultural Competency Series

November 18, 2015: Cultural Competency and the Informed Consent Process

October 14, 2015: October is Health Literacy Month

October 2, 2015: Unconscious Bias: Cancer Clinical Trial Disparities in Racial and Ethnic Minority Populations

August 24, 2015: Revised: Case CCC Clinical Research Brochure for African Americans

July 17, 2015: Reshaping Research: A Guide to Integrating Cultural Considerations into Research

June 19, 2015: What We Really Talk About When We Talk About Food

May 18, 2015: Think Cultural Health

March 30, 2015: Implicit Bias: An Introduction

February 9, 2015: Eliciting the Patient's Experience of Illness through Narrative and Reflection

January 26, 2015: Cultural Competency and the Research Process

January 12, 2015: Understanding Cultural Competency: Definitions and Concepts

December 8, 2014: Operationalizing Culturally Competent Research