PHDR has lots of ways for interested folks to get more involved with health equity work!
Read on to learn more about ways you can get more connected.
PHDR Interest Survey
Interested in health equity, disparities, and/or health research? Awesome!
Are you looking for a way to get more involved?
Fill out our survey and we'll add you to our database of prospective volunteers and keep you and your interests in mind!
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Will be able to present research findings with PHDR co-sponsorship (upon request and approval)
Qualified trainees will be eligible to apply for travel scholarships
Will have opportunities to get “sneak peeks” of upcoming funding opportunities
Will have opportunities to participate in community volunteer events
Will have opportunities to learn about community based participatory research/community-engaged research
Will have opportunities to network with academic & community experts dedicated to health disparities research
Will have opportunities to contribute to the program newsletter
Acknowledge Program affiliation when appropriate in health disparities-related publications and presentations.
Provide updates to the Program on research projects being done by members' organization(s) and any member's publications in the area of health disparities.
Can I be a member?
PHDR members come from many backgrounds! For example:
Community Members: Anyone with an interest in health disparities, but especially those residing or working in Minnesota!
Faculty: Anyone who holds a faculty appointment at the University of Minnesota (UMN) and has an interest in health disparities.
Trainees: Anyone who holds a training position with an interest in health disparities at UMN.
University Staff: Any and all UMN staff with an interest in health disparities.