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Team Science Tuesday: Lisa Goldman Rosas - Shared screen with speaker view
Jennifer Young (she/her)
20:16
Hello everyone, thank you for attending our second Team Science Tuesday event!We ask that all attendees please abide by the Stanford Center for Bioethics code of conduct for events.https://med.stanford.edu/bioethics/events/SCBESeminars/scbe-seminar-code-of-conduct.html
Shamshad Khan
25:11
1
Ana Goya Arce
25:12
2
Clementine Chou
25:14
1.75
Holly Tabor
25:14
3
Jennifer Young (she/her)
25:16
2.5
Xiaoying Shi
25:18
1
Alla Bakin
25:18
2
Rashmi Jain
25:20
2
Leslie Suen
25:22
2.5
Justin Steinberg
25:22
1.
Randi Paynter (she/her)
25:23
2
Kathleen Orrico
25:28
4
Carlos Vera
25:32
1
Holly Tabor
26:29
Iā€™m really interested in the difference between meaningful and tokenistic engagement.
Holly Tabor
26:35
Disability communities
Justin Steinberg
26:37
People with disabilities.
Jennifer Young (she/her)
26:40
Asian Americans
Clementine Chou
26:44
schools, youth groups, community-based organizations!
Carlos Vera
26:47
establishing lines of communicationPatients
Ana Goya Arce
26:48
Spanish-speaking Latinx
Kathleen Orrico
26:49
"Peoplekind"
Babette Heyer
26:50
people living in the bay area
Maya Escudero
27:46
Maya Escudero, a longtime supporter of Special Olympics and worked with HS students with different challenges. Happy to be here.
Justin Steinberg
27:58
Okay I change my rating of knowledge about what community engagement is to a 2 or 3.
Jennifer Young (she/her)
28:58
We will keep participants muted throughout the presentation, so please put any questions you have for Dr. Goldman Rosas in the chat and we will have a Q&A at the end.Additionally, there will be a 30 minute session at 1:00 for trainees only to meet in a small group with Dr. Goldman Rosas.
Justin Steinberg
38:41
What are some of the best practice guidelines that you might offer to people who are just beginning to conduct community-based participatory research?
Mildred Cho
40:21
I would love to hear more about how the NCI program works
Justin Steinberg
41:05
I would say it also allows for communities to bring up important issues that can otherwise be overlooked.
Adrienne Lazaro
42:14
Nina Wallerstein will be speaking at the MCHRI symposium in October
Adrienne Lazaro
42:16
https://med.stanford.edu/mchri/events/symposium.html
Jennifer Young (she/her)
42:52
thanks for sharing!
Mildred Cho
47:14
I agree 100% about better science! But how should we think about identifying and mitigating conflicts of interest in community engaged research?
Jennifer Young (she/her)
01:06:27
The IDD-transform virtual forum on May 12th at 7pm with Justin Steinberg! He will be presenting on research and disability.Register here to receive the link for the virtual forum (7-8pm): https://bit.ly/jsteinberg
Kathleen Orrico
01:09:01
I truly enjoyed this talk šŸ‘
Rashmi Jain
01:09:15
Where can we start as IDHE council for engaging spiritual services from community to the hospital and to our patients. Any resources I can reach out to?
Jennifer Young (she/her)
01:09:39
Thank you all for participating in today's Team Science Tuesday seminar. We'd love your feedback! Please complete our short evaluation form herehttps://forms.gle/hzJW95aWds5Hieeu9
Carlos Vera
01:13:35
In terms of getting started on working with OCE, who should I contact first? is there a form I should fill? in terms of describing the project my group has in mind.
Justin Steinberg
01:15:00
What is your favorite part of conducting Community-Based Participatory Research?
Lisa Goldman Rosas
01:15:06
https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form/5c46e2d7760e4aadb45537b6d7774456
Rashmi Jain
01:16:07
Thank you for this informative presentation!
Carlos Vera
01:16:22
Yes, thank you.
Justin Steinberg
01:16:30
This talk was really informative and useful! Thank you, Lisa, for this talk!
Clementine Chou
01:16:47
Thank you for sharing all these wonderful resources and frameworks!