Project Final Part- COVID 19 AND Cancer
For the final part of the Scholar-Practitioner Project (SPP), you will build a research team to assist with designing and evaluating your intervention (from Part 3 of the SPP). While you previously built a team to understand leadership needs, now you will focus on the intervention. Building on your knowledge of the roles of a research team, you will discuss how each of these roles would operate in your specific intervention. As you will notice, the roles are different in this phase. You will describe the specific responsibilities of each member related to your intervention.
• Principal Investigator: What are potential funding sources for your intervention? Are there any anticipated ethical issues with your intervention; what are strategies to address these issues?
• Data Coordinator: What data should be collected to evaluate the effectiveness of your intervention? How will it be collected—quantitatively, qualitatively, mixed methods? How should that information be disseminated?
• Regulatory Coordinator: What would be the research protocol to specifically evaluate your chosen intervention? What processes would be included to protect participant confidentiality?
• Research Coordinator: Who should the subjects/participants be? Why? How will they be recruited for participation?
You will also explain the importance of multiculturalism and diversity for your research team specific to your intervention (e.g., ensure ways to implement obesity intervention from the paradigm of cultural sensitivity for the Pacific Island population), examine potential barriers to working within a team setting, and provide strategies to address these barriers.
Scholar-Practitioner Project: Part 4
In a 3- to 5-page paper (not including title page and references):
• Identify research team members, stating key responsibilities specific to your chosen intervention from Part 3 of the SPP.
• Analyze the importance of multiculturalism and diversity for your research team.
• Explain what challenges may arise from working within the research team that are relevant to public health research.
• Recommend two strategies to overcome stated challenges and strengthen the team to increase effectiveness.
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