The Research Resource Guide for Community Partners was designed as a practical tool to connect Baltimore residents to Johns Hopkins University research opportunities related to HIV, hepatitis, and tuberculosis.
The guide comprises research study recruitment fliers, intended for people living with or at-risk for HIV, hepatitis and/or TB. The guide’s simple format and multi-platform quarterly dissemination strategy enable the community to stay informed about ongoing research being conducted in the interest of public health. By bridging the gap between residents and researchers, the guide can help increase dialogue about these health issues while facilitating improved access to clinical support and educational resources, which research studies may provide.
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Information for Research Coordinators
If you are a research coordinator who submitted a study flier for inclusion in current or future editions of the Research Resource Guide, please download and review these slides for important background information on participation guidelines.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you are a community member or Hopkins researcher with questions about the Guide or how you can be involved, check out our Frequently Asked Questions document.
If you want your research study fliers to be included in future editions of this guide, e-mail Crystal Stone (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For additional information about any of the studies featured in this guide, please use the contact information included on the study fliers.