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AOTF STRIDE Webinar #1: Equity in Research – Setting the Stage for Ethical Collaboration - Shared screen with speaker view
Cristina Smith
26:06
Hello. Great to see you all here!
Teal Benevides
26:21
Hello Everyone! I'm so excited for this webinar!
Lydia Navarro-Walker
26:27
Hello everyone!
Khalilah Johnson
26:36
Good evening and welcome!
Alison Cogan
26:43
Hello everyone!
Kellie Sawyer
26:55
Good evening!
Barbara Kornblau
27:02
welcome everyone
Cindi Tiongco
27:07
Greetings!
Zack Marshall (he/him)
27:17
Hello! Great to be together for this conversation today
selena washington
01:04:52
Well stated Dr. Johnson!
Khalilah Johnson
01:05:08
Thank you, Dr. Washington!
Khalilah Johnson
01:08:52
These considerations apply to quantitative research as well
Douglene Jackson
01:09:58
PAR-Participatory Action Research
Douglene Jackson
01:16:18
Please place your comments in the chat for our panelists.
Douglene Jackson
01:16:27
Especially QUESTIONS!!
Megan Edwards Collins
01:19:21
As someone who will be teaching Research to entry-level MS OT Students this academic year for the first time- do you have any suggestions/strategies on how to convey these powerful principles to students and fellow researchers?
Megan Edwards Collins
01:31:03
Thank you much for the wonderful ideas!
AOTF
01:32:53
https://jamboard.google.com/d/1kGupal_JZxGYQk2bcuupLDCl1qc1mNe6rk_Zm6VbuOA/edit?usp=sharing
Cristina Smith
01:33:17
Join us for Webinar 2 on Sept. 22 at 7 pm!
Khalilah Johnson
01:49:08
Research TalkOdum Institute for Social SciencesThe Brown School at Washington University St. LouisCornell University (will look up the center name)
Jacqueline Wynter
01:55:26
Thank you
Lydia Navarro-Walker
01:55:26
Thank you!
Marissa Meissner
01:55:27
thank you all for your wisdom, insight and kindness!
Teal Benevides
01:55:28
Thank you for the excellent webinar! It was wonderful to learn from our panelists tonight!