Best Practices for Global Research Partnerships: Benefits and Challenges

Reviews best practices and challenges for navigating collaborative research partnerships in a global environment.

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About this Webinar

If we are serious about promoting health equity for all, we must begin by creating equitable global partnerships. This webinar describes how individuals can shift the paradigm in their global health work by critically examining the language, attitudes, motivations, and practices needed to effectively collaborate with international partners. It also discusses how modern global health education and practices can help ensure that the priorities of local partners set the agenda for international research partnerships. The webinar further explains specific approaches that individuals can use to decolonize their global health practice and international research partnerships.

Release Date: April 28, 2022

Language Availability: English

Suggested Audiences: Faculty, Higher Education Administrators, Institutional Officials, Post-Doctoral Fellows, Research Administrators, Undergraduate and Graduate Students

Organizational Subscription Price: Included as part of an annual subscription to our All Access Webinar Package
Independent Learner Price: $49 per person

Webinar Content

Best Practices for Global Research Partnerships: Benefits and Challenges

Presented by: Lisa V. Adams, MD – Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the inherent challenges and paradigm shift required to develop equitable international research partnerships.
  • Apply three practical steps to ensure balance exists in global health partnerships.
  • Discuss the importance of modern global health education and practices.
  • Review specific approaches to adopt and promote equitable global health programs.

Recommended Use: Required
ID (Language): 20557 (English)

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