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NW PCI Annual Conference

NW PCI Annual Conference

April 15, 2020 @ 8:15 am – 4:00 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone
On-Line Event
See below for connection information
Laurie Hassell
NW PCI Annual Conference @ On-Line Event

Northwest Participant & Clinical Interactions Annual Conference

Clinical and Translational Research to Improve WWAMI Regional Health Disparities

Welcome to the 2020 NW PCI Annual Conference! Thank you all for attending this virtual version of the meeting. We hope to see you all in person soon.

It is vital for research at our institutions to reflect the diversity of the communities we serve and important that everyone feels welcome to join the research enterprise, so this year’s theme is Clinical and Translational Research to Improve WWAMI Regional Health Disparities. As part of the effort to broaden the conversation in a meaningful way, we’ve invited a number of research participants to attend today’s conference. We’d like to offer them our gratitude for joining us and sharing their crucial perspective on the process of health research.

On this page, you will find all the information, materials and links you need to participate in this year’s conference.

Before the Meeting - Connection Info
Connection Info

Please join the meeting early to make sure you have time to troubleshoot any connection issues. Conference staff will be online by 7:55am PDT to help you with any problems.

Zoom link:

Meeting ID: 775-139-376

You can join the audio by computer or by phone. Please be sure to connect your phone number to your computer connection using your participant ID so we know when you’re speaking.

Dial: +1 253 215 8782 (WA) or +1 971 247 1195 (OR) or +1 720 928 9299 (CO)

Meeting ID: 775-139-376

Welcome, Updates, Agenda & Handouts
Keynote - Pitfalls and Promise of Clinical Trials in the Community: Community Engagement and Participatory Research with Underserved Populations
Dr. Alexandra Adams
Voices of Research Participants: Words of Wisdom
Making the Case for Righting the Wrong of Bias in Science, Medicine & Research
Increasing Diversity & Inclusion in Research: Individual & relationship strategies
Including the Institution: Research organization roles in equity, diversity & inclusion
Surveys & Evaluation