New Community Engagement Walk-in clinic

The new clinic is offered by the NC TraCS Institute

The Community Engagement Walk-in clinic will offer consultation on community-based research design, project implementation plans for their service regions, community-based recruitment, identification of community research partners, and community-based dissemination plans.

The NC TraCS Clinics offer expert resources for Clinical and Translational researchers.  UNC faculty are available to consult across various NC TraCS service areas.

Other Walk-In and By Appointment clinics now being offered are:

Grant Proposal Consultation
Experts will advise on all areas of proposal development including finding appropriate public and foundation funding opportunities.

Regulatory Consultation and Protocol Guidance Consultations
Regarding regulatory aspects of clinical trials, drug safety, Data and Safety Monitoring Boards (DSMB), safety monitoring plans, genomics, and subject advocacy.

Child Health Consultation
Consult with Child Health Core members about conducting translational child health research in clinical and community-based settings.

Biostatistical Consultation
Biostatistics Faculty will provide consultations on the design and analysis of clinical and translational science studies.

Clinical and Translational Center (formerly GCRC / CCCT) Consultation
Meet with the CTRC Director, Director of Nursing, Director of Bionutrition and Administrative Director

Visit the NC TraCS Insitute web site at http://www.tracs.unc.edu/ for more information.

If you have any questions or would like to know more about the NC TraCS Institute, please contact Michelle A. Maclay,  Public Communications Specialist for the NC TraCS Institute, at maclay@med.unc.edu or 919-843-5365.

 

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