READI Research Policy Impact Series

The University of Washington in St. Louis developed the Translational Science Benefits Model, which identifies 30 benefits of clinical and translational research in four domains, including: clinical, community, economic and policy. The Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative of Northern Ohio‘s Research Equity, Accessibility, Diversity, and Inclusion  (READI) program focuses on the impact of research on policy in its READI Research Policy Impact series. Policies are defined as procedural rules formally adopted and mandated by governmental agencies or private or nonprofit organizations. There are big “P” policies (i.e., governmental) and little “P” policies (i.e., non-government organization). Examples of little “P” policies include hospital policies.

Members of the community can explore this topic during the first 2024 webinar of the READI Research Policy Impact series. Khaliah Fisher-Grace, system director of policy at University Hospitals, will present “Translational Science Benefits Model: Policy – Hospital System Policies” Thursday, Jan. 25, from noon to 1 p.m. via Zoom.

Register to attend.