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Mutually Beneficial Partnerships: Lessons from Two Research/Practice Partnership Projects

Brandeis University, Loyola University of Chicago, and OPRE's Health Profession Opportunity Grants University Partnership Project

The SSRC partnered with OPRE's Health Profession Opportunity Grants University Partnership (HPOGUP) to present a Webinar titled Mutually Beneficial Partnerships: Lessons from Two Research/Practice Partnership Projects in September 2013. This Webinar featured strategies for facilitating research/program partnerships by presenting concrete examples used by two HPOGUP research projects to inform program development and improvement.

Presenters: 
Janet Boguslaw, Ph.D., Professor, Brandeis University, and Principal Investigator of the Study of Employment, Retention and Advancement Opportunities for Racial, Ethnic and Linguistic Minorities project
Hilary Forster, OPRE Federal Project Officer, Health Profession Opportunity Grants University Partnerships
Philip Hong, Ph.D., Professor, Loyola University of Chicago, and Principal Investigator of the Evaluation of Empowerment Pathways to Self-Sufficiency in Health Professions Career Development for Low-Income Individuals project