Tribal-Academic Partnerships for Diabetes Research and Proposal Development
May 21, 2019
On May 21st, the CDTR and National Congress of American Indians Policy Research Center hosted investigators for the Strengthening Tribal-Academic Partnership workshop. The day consisted of an interactive training using the Holding Spaces toolkit and grant proposal consultations.
The Holding Spaces toolkit consists of resources and strategies to conduct community based participatory research and build relationships with tribal communities. The event included 20 participants representing investigators from CDTR, partner institutions, community-based organizations, and the Katheryn M. Buder Center for American Indian Studies.
In the afternoon, investigators were invited to apply these principles in a grant proposal development workshop where they received one-on-one consultations with CDTR leadership.
If you are interest in receiving support for your proposal or manuscript, please contact center staff.
Moving Research to Publication: Health Equity in Diabetes and Obesity Prevention and Treatment
October 5th, 2018
On October 5th, the CDTR and Institute for Public Health hosted 30 investigators for the collaborative event, “Moving Research to Publication: Health Equity in Diabetes and Obesity Prevention and Treatment.” The goal of the day was to facilitate individual and collaborative publications among CDTR investigators pursuing research in diabetes or obesity prevention. Writing groups formed around similar research interests and participants represented a variety of disciplines. All CDTR partner institutions were represented, with participants attending from Washington University, University of Missouri School of Medicine, the Council on Black Health, and the National Congress of American Indians.
We look forward to supporting the collaborations initiated during the event and supporting our members as they work on their manuscripts.
If you are interested in utilizing CDTR support for your manuscript, please contact center staff.