Join us for AOE/Wilmington Grand Rounds “Active Learning in Medical Education” with Dr. Susan Martinelli on Wednesday, November 17th, 2021, 8:00 – 9:00 AM EST. Objectives: Recognize benefits and barriers of active learning Interpret current evidence on active learning practices Be able to utilize active learning techniques in your teaching Register Now
Research for Me continues to normalize research, break down barriers, and make it easier for people to engage with research, but we know there may still be questions about how it works. Join the Research for Me team for a Town Hall on November 17 from 12-1 p.m. to share your thoughts! Please submit your questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The TraCS Research Recruitment & Retention program is now offering drop-in office hours every third Wednesday. Get quick answers to your recruitment questions via Zoom. Our recruitment specialists can help answer brief questions, review documents, or provide resources. Whether you need recruitment troubleshooting, have MyChart questions, or need help designing a flyer—drop in and we can help … Read more
Join the NC TraCS Comparative Effectiveness Research team and guest expert Cindy Gay, MD, MPH, to review and discuss the now available data on the safety and effectiveness of the Pfizer vaccine in children ages 5 - 11.
Reference materials for this discussion:
Pfizer briefing document for Advisory Committee meeting: https://www.fda.gov/media/153409/download
FDA benefit and risk analysis: https://www.fda.gov/media/153447/download
UNC’s Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute is pleased to welcome Sandy Magaña as the second speaker in our 2021-2022 distinguished speaker series, Examining Equity and Diversity in the Field of Developmental Disabilities.