Writing an NIH Proposal Utilizing Qualitative Methods
Participants will learn:
What to consider for an NIH proposal to conduct qualitative research
How to connect the qualitative methods section with the data analysis section
Who should attend?
This event is designed to meet the needs of early career faculty (within 10 years of receiving their doctoral degree) from minority serving institutions (MSIs) interested in conducting health disparities research. While priority will be given to faculty from MSIs, early career faculty from non-MSI institutions may register. Enrollment is limited.
Matt G. Mutchler, Professor of Sociology and the Director of Urban Community Research Center at California State University, Dominguez Hills.
About the CHER Institute
The CHER Institute at California State University, Long Beach is a NIGMS funded project seeking to increase the number of early career faculty members who are better prepared to become NIH principal investigators in the field of community-based health equity research with an emphasis on faculty from MSIs.
Each year the CHER Institute offers:
An intensive educational and mentoring experience for 15 early career faculty members during a six-day, on-site training focused on theory-based, culturally informed methods for effective community engagement in health equity research with the purpose of developing a Specific Aims page for an NIH research proposal.
Four to six single topic webinars annually on theory-based, culturally informed methods for effective community engagement in health equity research.