Are you a clinical research team member obtaining informed consent from human research volunteers?
Could you or your team use information on best practices and strategies for working with interpreters?
Join Tufts CTSI’s Stakeholder and Community Engagement Program’s quarterly training focused on Including Non-English-Speaking Participants in Research. This is a blended synchronous/asynchronous workshop that includes completion of a required, self-paced tutorial on Tufts CTSI I LEARN followed by an interactive live session hosted on Zoom. The live session will provide an opportunity to practice working with professional interpreters to obtain informed consent with non-English-speaking members of Tufts CTSI’s Stakeholder Expert Panel. Panel members are former research participants and individuals with experience as simulated patients. This is a learning and skill-building opportunity for you and will not be evaluated in any way.
Participants must complete the online pre-work in order to receive the Zoom link for the live training. While in the live session, your active participation is required, including participating in the roleplay, providing feedback to others, and engaging in group discussion. This will ensure that you get the most out of what this training has to offer.
By the end of this training, you should be able to:
- Identify when a participant needs an interpreter in order to obtain informed consent.
- Demonstrate the correct procedure for using an interpreter to obtain informed consent.
- Demonstrate three communication techniques to use while obtaining informed consent with an interpreter.
This training will be taught by Robert Sege, MD, PhD, Tufts CTSI Lead Navigator and Co-Director of Stakeholder and Community Engagement.
Who should attend
Clinical research coordinators, investigators, research fellows, research nurses, and anyone involved in obtaining informed consent are encouraged to attend.
Tuesday, June 8
Online via Zoom (a link will be sent to those who register).
*Pre-work via Tufts CTSI I LEARN must be completed prior to the training.