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Interdisciplinary Research Leaders is a change leadership program that supports teams of researchers and community partners.
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J’Mag Karbeah, MPH 4h
“Increased contact with racist institutions wouldn’t reduce health inequities”-Rebecca Polston () Always great time present this wonderful work.
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Research Leaders 3h
Hey -- Glad to have you following along! FYI, C5 themes are: 1. Community Environment and Health and 2. Families and Child Health. CFA will be posted Jan. 10, 2020 with more details. Stay tuned!
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J. Aaron Hipp 4h
Talking dissemination on thus afternoon and of course discussed! 👋👋👋
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Dr. Coco Auerswald 5h
So grateful to my fellow ⁦⁩ fellow ⁦⁩ for her of ⁦⁩ students
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NINR Nov 14
The NIH Research Office is hosting a lecture with on Nov. 18 at 1:30p.m ET. She uses data from funded studies to discuss health. Read more:
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Melissa Walls 7h
Back east on Monday; honored to be able to share the lessons our amazing tribally-based team members have generated over the past two decades.
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Regina Jackson 9h
convenings provide unique opportunities of empowerment while engaging brilliant research teams across the country! Here is Team Oakland!
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Research Leaders 11h
Hey -- IRL fellow joined Twitter. Say hi and follow for tweets about reducing impacts of trauma and promoting . Anne is a Clinical/ Community Psychologist on IRL team Chicago.
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Danielle Pendergrass 21h
What a coincidence! health policy team visited to learn more about how women access reproductive healthcare… only to discover that we are both Fellows! &
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Jeanne-Marie Stacciarini, RN, PhD, FAAN Nov 14
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Bex will remember that. Nov 14
workshop done! Finding out about CBPR through felt like finding my people. Now my job is to help more people find our people. ❤️
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Traci Rose Rider Nov 14
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Research Leaders Nov 14
IRL co-Director spotted at Doing Well While Doing Good. Andriana has 25+ yrs in the community development field, leading investments in place- and people-based strategies to promote physical, economic, human + social capital dev.
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Heidi S Bonner, PhD Nov 13
I need to live tweet all of my presentations!
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Traci Rose Rider Nov 14
Excited to be at this event today with and looking at link in health and business. So many great conversations to have with and others!
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Melissa Dichter Nov 13
hot-off-the-press commentary published in Dec 2019 issue of Medical Care:
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AcademyHealth Nov 13
Showcase your research at and to an audience from around the world working to improve health & health care. Submit an abstract by Jan.9 at 5pm ET. Learn More:
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Janet Cummings Nov 13
Great new study on the shortage of child psychiatrists. If we are going to be serious about improving access to mental health care for kids, we have to address mental health workforce shortages!
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Corianne Payton Scally Nov 13
Great to hear my research partner from the talk about her passion and expertise in economic development.
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Research Leaders Nov 13
Of interest to : New publication by C2 Team San Antonio! Check it out: “Multiplicity, Race, and Resilience: Transgender and Non‐Binary People Building Community” cc:
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