Community Engaged Research Faculty Training

The CTSC Community Engagement and Research Core video, "Training on Appropriate Conduct of Community Engaged Research," collaboratively developed by the CTSC and the NM Cares Health Disparities Center. The video discusses basic concepts for effectively working with communities in health research and includes the experiences of many faculty from across the Health Sciences Center. Emily Hazous, PhD, RN, is the narrator. She is an assistant professor in the UNM College of Nursing and senior fellow with NM CARES HD and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Other featured HSC faculty include Leslie Morrison, MD (Neurology / Pediatrics); David Bear, PhD (Cell Biology & Physiology); Rob Williams, MD, (Family & Community Medicine / director of NM CARES HD); Raj Shah, PhD (Biochemistry & Molecular Biology / Internal Medicine); Barbara Damron, PhD, RN (Cancer Population Sciences Research Program); Andrew Sussman, PhD, MCRP (Family & Community Medicine); and Nina Wallerstein, DrPH (Family & Community Medicine / director of the Center for Participatory Research).

This video is the first in a series of modules about community engagement research-- stay tuned for the next installment!