Training Program Title

Applying Concept Mapping Methodology To Understand Resilience Resources Among African Americans Living With HIV In The Southern United States

Contributor

Advance-CTR

CTSA Hub Administered

yes

Contact Information

Advance-CTR, AdvanceRI@Brown.edu

Training Program Description

Advance-CTR Qualitative Methods Series “Applying Concept Mapping Methodology To Understand Resilience Resources Among African Americans Living With HIV In The Southern United States” Presented by Akilah Dulin, PhD, Associate Professor, Center for Health Promotion and Health Equity, Brown University School of Public Health

Competency Keywords

Teamwork, Clinical research professionals, Data management, Data analysis, Research study management, Clinical research interactions, Site management, Documentation, Responsible conduct of research, Research participants, Study design, Clinical research, Social and behavioral research

Digital Commons Disciplines

Biological and Physical Anthropology | Medical Education

Public

yes

Cost to Access

no

Competency Domains

Scientific Concepts and Research Design; Ethical and Participant Safety Considerations; Medicines Development and Regulation; Clinical Trials Operations; Study and Site Management; Data Management and Informatics

Learning Objectives

  1. qualitative methods: concept mapping
  2. Applying Concept Mapping Methodology To Understand Resilience Resources Among African Americans Living With HIV In The Southern United States

Delivery Method

Online

Target Learners

Principal Investigators; Clinical Research Professionals (other than PI); MDs including residents, house officers, fellows, hospitalists; Post-doctoral scholars

Learning Level

Skilled

Onboarding

no

Frequency

Annually

Time Needed

59 minutes

Associated Assessment

no

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