CTSI Special Populations: Duke CTSA ISP Seminar Series


Presenter: Dr. Jillian Hurst

Jillian  Hurst

Previous ISP Seminar Presentations

Gene Therapy for Genetic Diseases- Presenter: Dwight Koeberl MD, PhD

Inclusion of Rural Populations in Research- Presenter: Devon Noonan, PhD

Context Matters: African American health, research, and fighting for health equity- Presenter: Keisha Bentley-Edwards, PhD

Meeting Information

Duke CTSI Integrating Special Populations Core Fall Seminar Series Presents: “Community-based pediatric clinical research: Lessons learned from Project HOPE 1000 and BRAVE Kids”

Offering Attendance, IACET CEU, & AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)

Date: Tuesday, September. 27, 2022

Time: 12:00-1:00 pm

Description: Dr. Jillian Hurst, PhD, has expertise in conducting community-based clinical research studies in infants, children, and adolescents. She is currently a lead investigator on two such studies: Project HOPE 1000, an observational cohort study of mother-infant dyads, and Duke BRAVE Kids, an observational cohort study of children with exposure to or infection with COVID-19.  This seminar will focus on the opportunities and challenges with working with community-based cohorts and discuss strategies for study design, recruitment, and engagement.

During this presentation, you will:

  1. Be able to identify and define a community-based patient population.
  2. Gain familiarity in the special considerations needed for recruitment and engagement of community-based study participants.
  3. Identify strategies for recruitment and engagement of community-based populations.

Registration: CLOSED 

Supplemental materials:

A Recording of the session is now available online. Also included are Presentation slides from this seminar.