Dr. Melody Goodman visits the UWPRC

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OCTOBER 5, 2020

Dr. Melody Goodman, Associate Dean for Research and Associate Professor of Biostatistics at NYU, does research focusing on understanding social risk factors that contribute to health disparities in urban areas, with the goal of developing culturally competent, region-specific, and evidence-based solutions through collaborative activities with community members, community-based organizations, faith-based organizations, and other community health stakeholders. The UWPRC will be co-hosting Dr. Goodman with the Department of Population Health Sciences on Monday, October 5th. Dr. Goodman will give a talk – Development and Validation of the Research Engagement Survey Tool (REST) – at the PHS Monday Seminar at 12 PM. Virtual meetings with students and faculty/staff will follow. Links to the seminar and calendar invites will be emailed to our audience. You can also choose to sign up below.

Suggested readings:

Evaluating Community Engagement in Research: Quantitative Measure Development

Content validation of a quantitative stakeholder engagement measure

Reaching Consensus on Principles of Stakeholder Engagement in Research

Systematic Review of Quantitative Measures of Stakeholder Engagement

 

Melody Goodman virtual visit: Seminar and meeting sign up

Please use this form to register for Dr. Melody Goodman's seminar at the Population Health Sciences Monday Seminar Series: Development & Validation of the Research Engagement Survey Tool (REST). If you would like to be invited to her meeting with students or faculty/staff, please indicate so at the bottom of the form. Both the seminar and the meetings will be held virtually. Questions? Please contact us at prc@wisc.edu
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