“Research Policy Impact” workshop

The Clinical Translational Science Collaborative invites members of the Case Western Reserve University to a workshop on “Research Policy Impact” Wednesday, Aug. 16, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Bay Village Branch of Cuyahoga County Public Library (27400 Wolf Rd.).

Attendees can expect to leave with a completed draft a roadmap to impact.

The following local leaders will participate and talk about their areas of expertise:

  • David Margolius, director of the Cleveland Department of Public Health will discuss local health policy;
  • Stephanie Andersen, manager of research translation at Washington University in St. Louis will explain the Translational Science Benefits Model;
  • Edward M. Barksdale Jr., division chief of pediatric surgery at University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital will share his vision behind The Antifragility Initiative; and
  • Ken Surratt, vice president of community investment and chief investment officer at the United Way of Greater Cleveland will walk participants through the social determinants of work.

Lunch will be provided during the workshop. 

Continuing Research Education Credit and Continuing Medical Education credits are available for participants.

Register to attend.