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Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, professional scientists have turned to diverse frontline workers such as allied health professionals, community health workers, promotoras, home health aides, interpreters, community organizers, faith leaders, and other community and family caregivers to increase participation in research, especially in communities where trust has eroded. Community partners have guided professional scientists to integrate strategies for inclusive participation, language equity, and culturally responsive recruitment, retention, and dissemination. Those working on the frontlines have witnessed multiple crises, highlighted profound structural inequities, and experienced multiple losses in their communities. Beyond equitable compensation and provision of resources, what does meaningful support and care for our team members in community-engaged research look like? How do we strengthen reciprocity and honor the need to care for the caregivers?
Georgia CORE presents the 20 Trailblazers and 26 Innovators who will be recognized in February at Georgia CORE's 20th anniversary gala, "A Toast to the Trailblazers."
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On Sept. 30, Georgia's cancer experts shared advice and experiences with oncology providers, patient navigators and research managers - all to provide new ways to diversify participation in clinical trials. See scenes from the summit >>
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Advancing Cancer Care through Partnerships and Innovation
Georgia CORE is a statewide nonprofit that leverages partnerships and innovation to attract more clinical trials, increase research, and promote education and early detection to improve cancer care for Georgians in rural, urban, and suburban communities across the state.