Cultural Competence in Research Symposium featuring the Bok Players, November 15, 2012
Registration Open: Cultural Competence in Research Symposium
Through interactive academic theater, a panel of clinical research, IRB, and subject advocacy experts and the experiences of audience, this event will generate a thoughtful and robust dialogue on the nuances of working with diverse communities in clinical and translational research. This free event will engage participants via the Bok Players – an interactive theatre group serving academia – who will facilitate an interactive discussion and Q&A session.
This is an interactive learning experience with the Bok Players which will explore complex issues such as:
- engaging diverse communities in research, establishing trust across cultures
- respecting the diversity of communities
- obtaining consent from diverse populations
- encouraging minority accrual in clinical research
- dealing with unconscious personal bias and stereotyping.
Following each performance, the Bok Players will facilitate an interactive discussion and Q&A session. These discussions will be supplemented by a panel of experts representing human subject protection/research regulations (IRB Administrator-Sarah Harnish), research subject advocacy (Research Subject Advocacy Director, Dr. Enrico Cagliero), research nursing (Linda Godfrey-Bailey, Nurse Director of the BIDMC CRC), and the research subject experience (a past research subject).
Thursday, November 15, 2012
2:00pm – 4:00pm (presentation and panel discussion)
4:00pm – 5:00pm (networking reception)
Jimmy Fund Auditorium
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
35 Binney Street
Boston, MA 02115
To register for this event, click here https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CCIRFall2012.
A downloadable flyer for this event can be found below.
- CCIR-DFCI-FLYER-Register-Click_02.pdf378 K