CTSI Special Populations: SPC Research Symposium

Duke CTSA Special Populations Research Symposium

Making Clinical Research Inclusive to Special Populations 

Date: Friday, October 2nd 2020 from 12:30-2:30pm EST

Content: NIH Inclusion Requirements-insight from reviewers, The 5T's Framework for Inclusion of Older Adults (and other special populations), Children and the opioid epidemic: Age-stratified exposures, harms, and disparities, Community Engagement- Latin-19, and break-out sessions! 

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Barrett Bowling 

Host: Duke Clinical and Translational Science Institute's Special Populations Core (Award Number UL1TR002553)

Supplemental Materials from SPC Symposium: A recording of the session is now available online. Also, included are all main presentations slides and notes from all breakout sessions.

Final Agenda (see below):

                                                                SPC Research Symposium- Agenda

Topic(s)

Est. time (min)

Presenter(s)

Welcome and Introduction

5

SPC Leadership- Devon Noonan

CTSA, Cores, and Special Populations Core

15

SPC Leadership- Devon Noonan/Dwight Koeberl

Main (Full group) Presentations

  • NIH Inclusion Requirements - insights from reviewers:

10

SPC Leadership- Devon Noonan /Dwight Koeberl

  • Keynote: The 5Ts: A Framework to Support Inclusion of Older Adults in Research (and other Special Populations)

20

C. Barrett Bowling, MD, MSPH

Associate Director Clinical, Durham Geriatric Research Education and Clinical Center

Associate Professor, Duke Departments of Medicine and Population Health Sciences

  • SPC Pilot Award Grantee: Children and the Opioid Epidemic: Age-stratified Exposures, Harms, and Disparities

15

Kelby Brown

Medical Student, Duke University School of Medicine; Graduate Scholar, Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy

  • CTSA Core Spotlight: Community Engagement (CERI) Latin-19

15

Leonor Corsino, MD, MHS

Associate Professor, Co-Director for the CTSI/Community Engagement Research Initiative (CERI); Medicine

Questions for Main Presentations

10

An SPC member will disseminate questions from the chat to the speakers.

Breakout Session (Max 10 ppl. per/gr)

25

Participants choose 1 breakout discussion (topics below).

  • Engaging Special Population Communities (AME Zion, LatinX, etc.)

Sabrena Mervin-Blake MS, CCRC

CTSI Senior Staff Director, CERI

  • Methods for Recruitment and Enrollment – Special Populations

Michael Musty

Research Program Leader

Duke Clinical & Translational Science Institute:

Study Recruitment in Special Populations

  • Health Equity and Disparities

Keisha Bentley-Edward, PhD

Assistant Professor, General Internal Medicine

Associate Director of Research

Samuel DuBois Cook Center on Social Equity

Co-Director, Duke CTSI Special Populations Core

  • Rural Populations

Devon Noonan, PhD, MPH, FNP-BC

Associate Professor, Duke University School of Nursing

Associate Program Director, Duke National Clinician Scholars Program

Co-Director, Duke CTSI Special Populations Core

  • Pediatrics/Children’s Health Discovery Initiative (CHDI)

  • Rare Diseases – Treatments, Registries & Genomics

Jillian Hurst, PhD

Research Director, Duke Children’s Health & Discovery Initiative Department of Pediatrics

Co-Director, Duke CTSI Special Populations Core

Dwight Koeberl, MD, PhD

Professor, Department of Pediatrics/Division of Medical Genetics, and Department of Molecular

Co-Director, Duke CTSI Special Populations Core

  • Older Adults

C. Barrett Bowling, MD, MSPH

Associate Director Clinical, Durham Geriatric Research Education and Clinical Center

Associate Professor, Duke Departments of Medicine and Population Health Sciences

  • LGBTQ+ Health

Dane R. Whicker, PhD (he/him/his)

Director, Gender and Sexual Diversity Initiatives
Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Duke School of Medicine

Co-Director, Duke Equity in Research Core, CTSI

Closing/Call to Action

Recap and wrap-up (with all participants)

5

SPC leadership- Keisha Bentley- Edwards