Achieving Meaningful Results: Producing Effective Small Scale Quality Improvement, Evaluation and Research Projects with Limited Resources
This workshop will provide attendees with skills for designing and improving community programs with an emphasis on conducting effective evaluations to achieve meaningful results. A step-by-step process for designing and implementing small scale quality improvement or evaluation projects will be the focus of this workshop. The workshop will be held twice, the April 13th session will be in Flagstaff.
This workshop is funded by the Arizona Biomedical Research Commission, North Country Health Care, Northern Arizona Area Health Education Center, and the Center for Health Equity Research.
New Frontiers in Lifestyle Intervention
This workshop will focus on opportunities to transform societal health through inter-professional collaboration. The discussion will be centered around assessment and interventions for health and wellness and the management of chronic conditions.
This workshop is funded by the Arizona Biomedical Research Commission, Pheonix Biomedical Campus, and the Center for Health Equity Research.
Changes to the Common Rule
This workshop will focus on recent changes to the Federal law regulating human research protections. Topics of discussion include an overview of revised regulations, how they affect the research community, and intersections with research with Indigenous populations/Tribal Consultation Policy, and research involving sensitive records and Private Health Information.
This workshop is funded by the Arizona Biomedical Research Commission, the Office of Regulatory Compliance, and the Center for Health Equity Research.