Items Tagged ‘collaboration’

February 26, 2015

By Miguel Valdez Soto Miguel Valdez Soto

#IPFChat https://t.co/n18QBFjaOF via @sarahlagan1 a perfect example on how to make #engagementTheNorm @vmontori @cabreraERDR @randomRPL — Community Engagement (@mayoclinic_cenr) February 26, 2015

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Tags: @mayoclinic_cenr, #IPFChat, collaboration, collective impact, community, community building, Community Engaged Research


February 4, 2015

Building Collaborative Skills for Collective Impact (Webinar) from

By Miguel Valdez Soto Miguel Valdez Soto

Building Collaborative Skills for Collective Impact (Webinar) from @CIForumTweets http://t.co/27LaABV3O1 #collectiveimpact — Community Engagement (@mayoclinic_cenr) February 4, 2015

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Tags: collaboration, collective impact, community building, Community Engagement, Education


January 22, 2015

How do you address community’s needs if they are different than your original Project?

By Miguel Valdez Soto Miguel Valdez Soto

How do you address community's needs if they are different than your ori…: http://t.co/JIwGqrjMu5 via @YouTube — Community Engagement (@mayoclinic_cenr) January 22, 2015

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Tags: collaboration, Community Base Participatory Research, Community Engaged Research, Health Disparities, partnerships


November 12, 2014

How Public Policy Can Support Collective Impact

By Miguel Valdez Soto Miguel Valdez Soto

How Public Policy Can Support Collective Impact, a new learning brief co-authored by FSG and the Forum for Youth Investment and published with the Collective Impact Forum, provides examples and recommendations of public policies that use funding streams, regulations, reporting and auditing practices, and interdepartmental collaboration to enable communities to apply the collective impact approach […]

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Tags: collaboration, collective impact, Community Engagement, Education, Public policy


October 2, 2014

New Office of Health Disparities Research Site

By Miguel Valdez Soto Miguel Valdez Soto

The Mayo Clinic Office of Health Disparities Research (OHDR) is excited to announce the launch of an OHDR website available to viewers outside of Mayo Clinic. The new site’s homepage welcomes visitors with featured content focused on the mission of the office and a description of Mayo Clinic health disparities research in Minnesota, Arizona, and […]

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Tags: collaboration, community building, Community Engaged Research, Health Disparities, ocerblog.mayo.edu, OHDR website, partnerships


September 17, 2014

Overcoming Barriers in Community Engagement in Research

By Miguel Valdez Soto Miguel Valdez Soto

• Researchers and their collaborative stakeholder partners who are engaged in the research process have an invested interest in meeting unmet healthcare needs. Their level of community engagement in the research process may include the introduction of unforeseen barriers that may impede the success and sustainability of their project(s). This module will identify strategies to […]

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Tags: collaboration, collective impact, Community Engaged Research, Community Engagement, Education


September 8, 2014

Why is it important to do relevant research that matters?

By Miguel Valdez Soto Miguel Valdez Soto

Mayo Clinic CCaTS Community Engagement in Research Best Practice Series Why is important to do relevant research that matter? Christopher P. Austin MD, Director National Center For Advancing Translational Science

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Tags: collaboration, collective impact, Community Base Participatory Research, Community Engaged Research, Community Engagement, Education, NCATS, ocerblog.mayo.edu


August 14, 2014

Online collaboration: Scientists and the social network

By Miguel Valdez Soto Miguel Valdez Soto

Giant academic social networks have taken off to a degree that no one expected even a few years ago. A Nature survey explores why. In 2011, Emmanuel Nnaemeka Nnadi needed help to sequence some drug-resistant fungal pathogens. A PhD student studying microbiology in Nigeria, he did not have the expertise and equipment he needed. So […]

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Tags: africa, collaboration, Community Engaged Research, Community Engagement, ocerblog.mayo.edu, social-networking, survey, university


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