Joint Research Practices (JRP)

A working group of staff and faculty who are striving to make it easier for Penn research teams to conduct research that is more inclusive and equitable. They have developed guidelines on topics such as: interpretation and translation, readability and plain language, inclusive terminology, payments and incentives, and participant-centeredness.

The Joint Research Practices Working Group (JRP) is chartered by the leadership at CHIBE and the Palliative and Advanced Illness Research (PAIR) Center to develop and disseminate best practices and guidelines for the conduct of inclusive and anti-racist research that advances the science and practice of health equity.

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Researcher readiness for participating in community-engaged dissemination and implementation research: a conceptual framework of core competencies

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