Thank you for attending the It Starts With Me – How and Why to Participate in Clinical Trials webinar on April 7, 2021.
We would appreciate it if you take a few minutes to complete a survey about your experience.
We will use this information to plan future meetings.
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Were you unable to attend the webinar? The presentation is available on the
N2 YouTube channel.
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N2 will host The First Annual Paddi O’Hara Lecture Award Presentation on April 28, 2021, from 2:00-3:00 PM EST. Corrine Babiolakis, the first winner of the Annual Paddi O’Hara Lecture Award, will speak about her submission titled: A Narrative of Humility, Learning, Mentorship, and Resilience.
The N2 Clinical Trials and Education and Awareness Committee will host an informative webinar titled It Starts With Me: How and Why Participate in Clinical Trials. A Toolkit for Research Teams and Patient Groups. Make sure to register for this free webinar on April 7, 2021, from 3:00-4:00 PM EST.
N2 is excited to announce the release of the new pediatric clinical trials video!
In recognition of International Childhood Cancer Day on February 15, 2021, N2 launched the new pediatric clinical trials video officially, The Participators – Enter the Study.
N2 would like to give a big thank you for all the hard work from the Clinical Trials Education and Awareness (CTEA) N2 Committee who spearheaded the development of the video.
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What is the Purpose of the Video?
The purpose of the short, animated video, The Participators/Les Super Participants – Enter the Study, is to introduce children to clinical trials in a simple yet engaging way. Both English and French versions are available.
Targeted at a young audience, the video explains common terms and language used in clinical trials, as well as explains how you sign up for research, and how research can help children all over the world.
Who Can Use the Video?
Any research group or clinicians can share this video! The video doesn’t focus on any particular disease or disorder, but is kept general so it can be used by as many pediatric research and clinical groups as possible.
If you use the video, please let us know. Also, if you share the video on social media platforms, please tag your posts so we can see!
Register for the 9th Annual Chanchlani Global Health Research Award & Lecture and a Celebration of International Women’s Day
Monday, March 8, 2021
12:00 – 4:00 PM EST