Designing Culturally Sensitive Research: Lessons Learned from “Space for Wholeness: Nourishing and Sustaining Resilience in Medical Language Interpreters”
90 Minute Workshops ~ Saturday, August 20, 2022 – 9:45am – 11:15am
Workshop Level: Beginner*
NACC Certification Competencies: ITP6, OL1, OL2
Allison DeLaney MPH, BCC-PCHAC
Chaplain & Instructor, Virginia Commonwealth University Health
About this workshop
How can research design be more inclusive of diverse populations and therefore become a tool for advocacy? This workshop will address this question drawing on experience from “Space for Wholeness: Nourishing and Sustaining Resilience in Medical Language Interpreters”, one of the projects funded by The Henry Luce Foundation/Chaplaincy Innovation Lab Microgrants to support resilience in frontline workers impacted by COVID-19. This workshop features the collaborative journey of the Co-Investigators (Chaplain and Language Interpreter) from initial idea to implementation and analysis and highlights community based participatory methods.
As a result of this workshop, participants will:
- Critically evaluate components of research design as they relate to diversity, equity and inclusion.
- Describe the components of grant management.
- Identify ways to collaborate with interdisciplinary partners on shared projects.
(recommended books, articles, or websites for participants to review prior to the workshop)
Microgrant Recipients: Supporting Resilience Among Frontline Providers
(items to be brought to the workshop and/or presentation materials)
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