Special Colloquium- Minority-Serving Hospitals as Clinical Trial Sites: The Opportunities and Challenges
Industry and hospital administrators address diversity in clinical trials
The National Minority Quality Forum, through its partners associated with the Clinical Trial Engagement Network, convened a conference to catalyze efforts to increase the number of minority-serving hospitals with the capacity to conduct clinical trials. This satellite conference, held in conjunction with the 11th Annual National Summit on Health Disparities, presented a distinguished panel of experts, including senior administrators from large, urban hospitals, clinical and academic experts, recruitment specialists, policymakers, and leaders in the field of health disparities.
April 29, 2014 | 7:00 AM- 2:30 PM
The Ritz Carlton Hotel, Washington D.C.
1150 22nd Street, N.W., Washington, District of Columbia 20037
Special Colloquium Content
Special Colloquium Speaker Presentations:
National Strategies to Improve Recruitment of Minority Investigators and Minority-Serving Hospitals
Jonca Bull, MD: “Strategies to Improve Recruitment of Minority Investigators” (View Presentation)
Edith Mitchell, MD: “Navigating the Complex World of Cancer Diagnosis and Care: Minimizing Disparities” (View Presentation)
An Overview of the Clinical Trial Engagement Network
Gary Puckrein, PhD, and Salvatore Alesci, MD, PhD (View Presentation)
Industry Perspective: Recruiting Minority Investigators and Minority-Serving Institutions
Allicia Girvan, PhD: “Methods in Clinical Research Workshop for Minority Physicians” (View Presentation)
Rose Blackburne, MD, MBA: “Successes and Challenges of Recruiting Minority Subjects into Clinical Trials” (View Presentation)