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Professional Development

Professional Development

ITHS offers a variety of seminars and workshops which cover multiple topics and are intended to reach different members of the research team.

Professional Development for Research Coordinators

Professional Development for Research Coordinators

ITHS hosts learning opportunities throughout the year, encouraging research professionals of all levels of experience to network and engage with peers, exchange ideas, and hone professional skills.

Faculty Career Development Series

Faculty Career Development Series

The ITHS Career Development Series consist of lectures and workshops designed to provide junior faculty and investigators with tools, a forum for discussion, and learning opportunities to help advance their careers.

Team Science

ITHS Team Science education and training is offered to support the development, performance, and recognition of high functioning interdisciplinary research teams.

Clinical Research Boot Camp

Our Clinical Research Boot Camp is an annual workshop designed as an introduction for faculty, staff, and post-doctoral fellows to learn all that is involved in designing and managing a clinical trial.

CRISP: Clinical Research Intensive Summer Program

CRISP is a 3-week long program that will provide physician clinical investigators with hands-on experience and key clinical research skills to accelerate their career development.

Pre-Screening 101 Training

This training module is designed to explore a research recruitment tool by using REDCap to build a pre-screening survey or registry.

Jun
6
Thu
Mixed Messages: Bias & Microaggressions @ Online Event
Jun 6 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Description

This final session of the Team Science Seminar Series 2023-2024 is designed to help participants understand the concept of microaggressions, their potential impact on communication and inclusivity, and to explore ways to address them in future encounters.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  1. Define bias and microaggressions
  2. Identify examples of microaggressions expressed in interactions
  3. Navigate mircroaggressions in conversation

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About the Speaker

A passionate advocate for equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) and language access in healthcare and research, Kelly Martin devotes her time to EDI education, training facilitation, and language access improvement. Through her consultant firm, Envision|Impact, she currently collaborates with Seattle Children’s Research Institute and the Institute of Translational Health Sciences on EDI training development and training facilitation. She has served as a contributor to the Integrating Special Populations Program with the Seattle Children’s Research Institute since 2016. In her spare time, Kelly explores her creative side through acrylic fluid painting, music, and writing.

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Jun
18
Tue
A Relationship-Based Framework for Clinical Research: Ethical Considerations Beyond Informed Consent @ Online Event
Jun 18 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Description

In this session, attendees will learn about ethical benchmarks for clinical research and practice applying them to real-life case examples, with a focus on the role of researcher-participant interactions.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this session, attendees will be able to:

  1. Describe eight benchmarks for ethical clinical research.
  2. Discuss how empirical data illustrate challenges with informed consent.
  3. Describe the role of researcher-participant interactions in the ethical conduct of research.

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Schedule of Activities

12:00-12:05pm – Welcome, Overview, Introductions
12:05-12:55pm – Presentation and Q&A
12:55-1:00pm – Thank You and Feedback Survey

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About the Speaker

Stephanie A. Kraft, JD, is an Assistant Professor at the Treuman Katz Center for Pediatric Bioethics and Palliative Care at Seattle Children’s Research Institute and the University of Washington School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics. She conducts conceptual and empirical research on issues related to ethics and equity in the conduct of clinical research and the implementation of emerging biomedical technologies. She is also part of the ITHS Research Bioethics Consultation service. Her primary research interests are in understanding how people make decisions about research participation and improving how research teams demonstrate respect to and build trust with potential participants, especially among marginalized patient populations.

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