Events Calendar

Lunch & Learn: Caring during COVID-19: Bringing data to action

The October health topic will explore the topic of bringing data to action: caring during COVID-19.

The New Pittsburgh Courier’s Take Charge of Your Health page will highlight this topic in the October 7th edition. This month we take the stage during Pitt’s Civic Action Week. Leveraging the experiences of University of Pittsburgh researchers, The Pittsburgh Study, and The Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh as a way to explore the process of moving data to action, as Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) Community PARTners staff, we will facilitate a conversation around caring during COVID-19. Specifically, we hope you all leave with an idea of best practices for engaging in university-community research relationships, including actionable steps to disrupt power in these spaces.

Presenters

​Kathleen M. McTigue, MD, MPH, MS
​Associate Professor of Medicine, Epidemiology, Clinical/Translational Science; Director, Clinical Scientist Track, Internal Medicine Residency; Associate Director for Research, International Scholars Track, Internal Medicine Residency

Richard L. Morris
Director, Housing Department
The Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh

Kristin N. Ray, MD, MS, FAAP
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics; Director, Health Systems Improvement, UPMC
Children's Community Pediatrics; Affiliated Faculty, Health Policy Institute, University of Pittsburgh

The Clinical and Translational Science Institute at the University of Pittsburgh partners with the Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh and UPMC and puts together the Take Charge of Your Health page in the New Pittsburgh Courier monthly. Our goal with the lunch and learn series is to lift up the community voice alongside the academics presenting their work in the space. We hope to create opportunities to co-create and co-learn around a health topic that is relevant.

Dial-In Information

Pre-register for this free event and the Zoom information will follow: https://bit.ly/32Wm9Hm

Friday, October 9 at 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Virtual Event

Lunch & Learn: Caring during COVID-19: Bringing data to action

The October health topic will explore the topic of bringing data to action: caring during COVID-19.

The New Pittsburgh Courier’s Take Charge of Your Health page will highlight this topic in the October 7th edition. This month we take the stage during Pitt’s Civic Action Week. Leveraging the experiences of University of Pittsburgh researchers, The Pittsburgh Study, and The Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh as a way to explore the process of moving data to action, as Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) Community PARTners staff, we will facilitate a conversation around caring during COVID-19. Specifically, we hope you all leave with an idea of best practices for engaging in university-community research relationships, including actionable steps to disrupt power in these spaces.

Presenters

​Kathleen M. McTigue, MD, MPH, MS
​Associate Professor of Medicine, Epidemiology, Clinical/Translational Science; Director, Clinical Scientist Track, Internal Medicine Residency; Associate Director for Research, International Scholars Track, Internal Medicine Residency

Richard L. Morris
Director, Housing Department
The Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh

Kristin N. Ray, MD, MS, FAAP
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics; Director, Health Systems Improvement, UPMC
Children's Community Pediatrics; Affiliated Faculty, Health Policy Institute, University of Pittsburgh

The Clinical and Translational Science Institute at the University of Pittsburgh partners with the Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh and UPMC and puts together the Take Charge of Your Health page in the New Pittsburgh Courier monthly. Our goal with the lunch and learn series is to lift up the community voice alongside the academics presenting their work in the space. We hope to create opportunities to co-create and co-learn around a health topic that is relevant.

Dial-In Information

Pre-register for this free event and the Zoom information will follow: https://bit.ly/32Wm9Hm

Friday, October 9 at 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Virtual Event