CTSC launches service to help researchers reflect diversity, equity and inclusion in their studies

In an effort to support investigators in their journey to develop research programs and studies that reflect the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), Case Western Reserve University’s Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative (CTSC) has launched a Research Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (REDI) Consultation service.

This one-hour consultation will help investigators: 

  • Develop their intrapersonal and interpersonal DEI efforts; 
  • Explore diverse communities, inclusive partnerships, and equitable engagement; 
  • Begin to understand health disparities and how they can advance health equity through their research; 
  • Navigate new DEI resources on the CTSC website; and 
  • Co-create a DEI plan for their research. 

One of the primary goals of the REDI Consultation is to encourage investigators to consider how they can aid in greater understanding and elimination of health disparities through personal conviction executed through their professional skill set.

Register for a consultation via SPARCRequest.