Community Driven Research Day
Community-Driven Research Day (CDRD) encourages collaboration between researchers and community-based organizations (CBOs)/community groups who have research questions that they are interested in answering, specifically in ways that address local solutions to health challenges. Through an interactive poster session, CBOs and community groups will highlight their research questions to program participants who will include area non-profits, community groups, public sector partners, and researchers from Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, The University of Pennsylvania, Temple University, Drexel University, and Thomas Jefferson University. CBOs, community groups, academic researchers, and students will be able to meet and discuss potential, mutually-beneficial collaborations. We are committed to community-based participatory research, which includes the basic tenet that both community partners and research partners are involved in all phases of research, allowing community capacity and related opportunities to be developed and sustained.
Hosted by Temple University, the 2017/2018 CDRD will be held on Tuesday, December 5, 2017 with a theme of Local Solutions to Health Challenges.
Call for Submissions– CBOs and Community Groups
CBOs and community groups interested in developing partnerships to conduct research are urged to participate in an interactive poster presentation that will highlight the organization/group’s mission, goals, and major accomplishments, as well as display questions that they are interested in answering about local solutions to health challenges. Submission forms are due by November 21st. Click here for the submission form.
Register to Attend- Non-Presenting Participants
All non-presenting individuals interested in attending CDRD should register by November 21st. Click here to register online.
DATES TO REMEMBER
Tuesday, 11/21: CDRD registration deadline for CBOs & Community Groups and non-presenting participants
Tuesday, 12/5: Community-Driven Research Day Location: Temple University, Howard Gittis Student Center, 1755 N. 13th St, Room 200 A & B