At the Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences’ 4th Annual Symposium, “Making an Impact, Shaping the Future,” panelist Dr. L. Ebony Boulware, vice dean for translational science research at Duke University, emphasized the need to speak a common language, especially when working with community members and research participants. While this isn’t always an easy task, it [Read more]
Have you wondered how to improve the documents and forms your department shares with research participants and patients? Plain language is one of the best tools to ensure your writing is clear and accessible to all. Research shows it can increase research participation, improve adherence, and overall, lead to better health outcomes. A few of [Read more]
How can we help patients and research participants better navigate numbers? Here are five tips.
#SciComm Thursday Finale – Join us on May 17th for a Panel of National and Local Media: “Telling Your Story in a ‘Post-Truth’ World”
We invite you to join the Becker Medical Library and the Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences for an exciting wrap-up of our 2017-2018 #SciComm Thursdays series on Thursday, May 17th from 3:30 to 5 p.m. in Connor Auditorium. This culminating event will feature local and national members of the media discussing what they see as [Read more]