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Take a Bold and High Risk Approach to Advance Sciences and Disrupt Old Ways Science trending idea

This feedback is related to discuss new approaches for community engagement with the goal to strengthen health disparity research with our partners.   For that, we will need to  trust our community partners and develop research by not evaluating the PI history in obtaining NIH funding, publication, environment, infrastructure and  apply an entire new, unbiased, creative and innovative approach to collaborate with our... more »

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Responses from Population Association of America and Association of Population Centers trending idea

The Population Association of America and Association of Population Centers are two affiliated scientific societies that together represent over 3,000 population scientists (demographers, economists, sociologists) and the over 40 federally funded population research centers based at U.S. universities and research institutions. Population scientists conduct applied and scientific research on the causes and consequences... more »

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Get Localities Involved trending idea

There is a foundation that provides funds to institutions that partner with communities as an Institutional Challenge Grant. Since funders often drive research directions I think this could be a way to revolutionize data production towards community partnered solutions. This leads me to three similar ideas to that. 1. Grants for organizations to work with scientists to test and if good outcomes, scale their work. What's... more »

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Key Idea, Workshop 2: New qualitative and quantitative measures needed to capture intersectionality

To ensure health disparities research fully captures intersectionality, new assessment tools are needed that are specific to developmental periods and various social identities and that encompass diverse ethnic-racial groups. Qualitative and quantitative research methods are both valid means to capture high quality data.

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Key Idea, Workshop 2: Grant process changes can increase funding access for minoritized scientists

Significant changes need to take place at an institutional level to advance health disparities research and methods development, including addressing procedures in the grant review and funding processes that systematically limit minoritized researchers' access to grant funding and leadership roles.

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Resources for Barriers to Diversity Recruitment trending idea

Change only occurs when we first recognize the problems.   Diversity, equity, and inclusion can and should include 'many' even all. Yet grant applicants really have  are quite limited in the resource they can build into an application to improve diversity representation in their sample. We must encourage applicants to build in specific ideas and resources to address diversity

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Including target population in research planning: improving validity and scalability trending idea

Any research efforts should include members of target community and their families in the early planning, especially with respect to proposed recruitment, information-gathering, treatment strategies (if appropriate), and analysis. The use of focus groups and consultants will improve the validity and scalability of the research findings. And finally, the ultimate research findings should be shared with those who participated... more »

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NICHD needs to support Researchers with Neurodevelopmental Conditions

There is a lack of researchers with neurodevelopmental conditions who investigate health-related disparities in people with neurodevelopmental conditions.  Imagine research on women conducted primarily by men.  Imagine research on Black and African Americans conducted primarily by Whites.  Imagine research on the LGBTQIA+ community conducted primarily by cis-gendered heterosexuals.  Researchers with neurodevelopmental... more »

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