Community-based pediatric clinical research: Lessons learned from Project HOPE 1000 and BRAVE Kids


event sponsored by

Duke Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI)


Duke CTSA Integrating Special Populations Core Fall Seminar Series


Jillian Hurst, PhD

Jillian Hurst, PhD, has expertise in conducting community-based clinical research studies in infants, children, and adolescents. She is currently a lead investigator on two such studies: Project HOPE 1000, an observational cohort study of mother-infant dyads, and Duke BRAVE Kids, an observational cohort study of children with exposure to or infection with COVID-19. During this presentation, you will: 1. Be able to identify and define a community-based patient population. 2. Gain familiarity in the special considerations needed for recruitment and engagement of community-based study participants. 3. Identify strategies for recruitment and engagement of community-based populations. Offering Attendance, IACET CEU, & AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)


Medicine, Diversity/Inclusion, Health/Wellness, Lecture/Talk, and Research