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Duke Health Disparities Research Curriculum (HDRC)
Racial and ethnic minorities experience higher rates of disease, disability, and death than their white counterparts. Research to eliminate racial and ethnic disparities in health is a national priority.
We have developed a curriculum to raise awareness about health disparities research among junior investigators and to teach the skills required to incorporate principles of disparities research into their particular areas of research focus. Although this curriculum focuses primarily on racial and ethnic disparities, the principles, methods, and examples will be broadly applicable to other disparities (e.g., gender).
The Duke Health Disparities Research Curriculum (HDRC) is designed to increase knowledge and skill of participants in the evaluation, design, and conduct of health disparities research. The curriculum consists of monthly sessions which combine didactics and student activities addressing:
- Nomenclature and framework for approaching research involving health disparities
- Contributors to health disparities
- Role of implicit bias in disparities research
- Health disparities research methods across the translational spectrum
- Conduct of health disparities research focused on the clinical encounter
- Funding sources and strategies for disparities research
Please note that this curriculum is not designed to teach basic research design, and participants should have some foundational knowledge on the general principles and issues in research design.
Interested individuals should plan to participate in at least 75% of the scheduled activities. Currently, there are no costs associated with this course.
You must be affiliated with Duke University to participate in this course. Acceptance to the HDRC program will be determined by the course directors based on capacity and the applicant's rationale for taking the course.
Deadline: July 26, 2021