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Cultural Competency Training for Researchers
For More Information,
Please Contact:
Katrice D. Cain, MA, PC
Program Development Manager
Mary Ellen Lawless, MA, RN
Community Development and Programming
Seminars, trainings, presentations, and book clubs are offered to researchers associated with Case Western Reserve University, including affiliated hospital staff, trainees, and community-based investigators.

These trainings review key steps in conducting culturally competent research. This includes assisting researchers in the process of integrating cultural considerations into developing research questions, study design, data collection, analysis, and dissemination of findings.

The purpose of these trainings is to increase researcher’s knowledge, skill, and confidence in engaging and meeting the needs of culturally and linguistically diverse populations.

*Continuing Research Education Credit (CREC) may be awarded to individuals for their participation in these trainings.
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