The COEE program will implement multiple strategies to catalyze research that addresses the needs of the community and reduces the burden of cancer in our catchment area as outlined below:
Foundational Training in Community Outreach and Engagement
Instructions to access Module 1 CITI Training:
- Go to your CITI member page and click on “View Courses” next to Duke Health.
- Scroll down and click “Add a Course”. The question below will come up
- Select “Community-Engaged and Community-Based Participatory Research” and click Next. Then the course will be added to your queue.
Click here to access the CITI Training
Click here to access the TEDx
Instructions to access Module 2 LMS Training:
- Go to Duke LMS site and search for the offering ID : 00169473
- The following course details will be made available :
Name: Duke Cancer Institute COEE Foundational Training: Duke Hospital and Durham History
Course ID: COEE_HISTORY_03072022
Offering ID: 00169473
- Click “Register” underneath the course details to register for the course. The course will then be added for you to complete under ‘My learning’
Click here to directly access the registration deeplink for the COEE Foundational Training course.
Support of DCI Scientists
The DCI COEE program will assist DCI scientists in refining research ideas and proposals to promote the principles of community engagement, and assist with finding collaborators and partners that can contribute to ongoing studies
Contact us for a consultation to provide information and assistance on best approaches to recruit groups that have been historically underrepresented in cancer research and who experience significant health disparities in North Carolina.
These groups include but are not limited to: LGBTQ communities, people with disabilities, African Americans, rural populations, American Indians, Asian populations, Latinx groups, and those in the most vulnerable age categories: children and older adults.