Minority Community Stakeholders talk candidly to CRPs about
HOW, realistically, to reach THEM..RIGHT NOW with important Clinical Trials.

CAM FAqs

Who should attend CAM Luncheon Workshop?

Clinical Professionals: Site Investigators, Clinical Research Coordinators, Principal Investigators, Clinical Nurses, Managers, Clinical Receptionists, CROs, AROs, Primary Care and Health Care Providers who conduct clinical trials, Hospital or Medical Center Clinical Research teams.

The 3-Part Training presents "Practical" and usable knowledge for Clinical Professionals. Pre and Post surveys gauge the effectiveness of both the types of constituencies, social community, where are the advantages, disadvantages are and what ideas are generated by sites and stakeholders that impact better Recruitment through Community Advocacy.

 

1. What is the timeline for The CAM Luncheon Workshop

TIMELINE: There will be three exciting panels of Stakeholders and Community Leaders which have each been assigned based upon the needs of the program, and where we see the most benefits for Clinical Trial Investigators. All panel members will be part of ALL three segments, so you’ll have a chance to speak with Community Leaders during ALL Segments. This is a national community research project.

10:30 – 11:00

Registration (Collect materials for workshop)

Luncheon Lecture and Workshop

11:00 – 11:10

50 Hoops Program Overview: Intro Facilitator/Panel

Community Advocacy Recruitment in African American and /Latino Communities

11: 10 -11:40

The Challenge: 2 Panelists (6-8 min) /Q&A/Survey

11:40–12:15

The Truth: 2 Panelists (6-8 min) /Q&A/Survey

12:15–12:45

The Solution: 2 Panelists (6-8 min) /Q&A/Survey

12:45- 1:05

Introduction ALL panels, guests presentation of Tampa Advisory, Panel presentation, collection of surveys, distribution of prize tickets.

1:05–1:30

Clinical Trials Presentations to Stakeholders/Community guests ( 3-minutes maximum). Q&A after all trials presented (First come basis).

 

Clinical Research Professionals/Trials
Group Picture of Certificates of Completion

 

Prize Drawings
Please bring clinical trials materials (about 50 pieces) for education table

2. Who are the panel members?

They are community leaders, stakeholders, patients, health ministries from mega churches, and health organization leaders with constituencies who have influence in their communities. The CAM Panel members are all passionate about teaching their community how to live better by being EDUCATED about their health and diseases that critically affect them. They come from all across Tampa’s African American and Latino Communities, and include Stakeholders, Patients, Minority Small and Mega Church Health Ministries, Community Leaders, Minority Business Executives and Health Professionals.

 

3. What does the Registration fees include?

(Optional) Also Available for your clinical department is the Community Advocacy Site Training Manual with abstracts, needs assessments, background significance of this training, learning challenges for clinical professionals attending, pre and post- segment purveys, articles, a sample appointment calendar for Community Advocacy activities. The Training Manual Also Includes five (5) directories, including a directory of “African American Health Matters” a 50 Hoops patient education radio show featuring doctors from around the U.S. Also five years of Lecture Series doctors (bios) who have supported our patient education, and list of national disease organization contacts who support and partner with 50 Hoops’ patient education outreach. Tampa Stakeholder Directory will be added this year. (Training Manual $100)

(Optional) Your clinical department can take part of national study,  (anonymous) conducted by 50 Hoops/NPFR Project, of Clinical Professionals, Stakeholders, Community Leaders and Patients. The study looks at the “effectiveness” of and opportunities for clinical education and patient recruitment using a focused Community Advocacy MATCHMAKING MODEL.  This approach will be surveyed to improve clinical outreach to the minority community.

 

4. How can I get an invitation to attend The CAM Luncheon Workshop

The CAM LUNCHEON is open to Clinical Professionals: Site Investigators, Clinical Research Coordinators, Principal Investigators, Clinical Nurses, Managers, clinical receptionists, CROs, AROs, Primary Care and Health Care Providers who conduct clinical trials, Hospital or Medical Center Clinical Research teams, -- anyone who works with clinical trials—you never know who might be your best networking arm to the community.

Pre registration assures your spot, workbook and participation Deadline is April 3, 2015. Click on the link below to Register.

 

5. What type of training can I expect from this program?

The CAM Luncheon Workshop is a non-CME Medical and Community Education Training program. The training methodology is through exposure, ideas and Q&A exchange between Clinical Professionals and the Community Stakeholders, Patients Health Ministry and Community Leaders on the panel.  The Luncheon is open to other invited Community Leaders, who will participate in the open discussion segment of the  " Solution.” There will also be opportunities for participants to follow-up.

 

6. Will I have a chance to present information about my clinical trial at the CAM Luncheon Workshop?

Yes, there will be an opportunity at the end of the program for clinical trial presentation. Because of limited time, clinical trial presentations will be on a first reserve, first come basis.  However, because of the continuation of the training activities for up to 60 days following the program, you will have other opportunities to present and provide materials to the minority communities if you follow our Community Advocacy training suggestions.

 

7. When can I get the results of the workshops ?

Results of all programs, events and projects are published online in the 50 Hoops Annual Report, which comes out in December of each year. See current http://www.50hoops.org for 2014 conference results.

 

8. How long will the panel members speak and what will I do?

Each member of the panel will present for about 6-8 minutes each. Few if any slides are expected, so you’ll need to rely on your Program and Training materials.  There will be a pre-segment survey and post- segment survey for each of the three segments: Challenge, Truth, and Solution. In order to receive your Certificate of Completion, Clinical participants will need to hand in all three (3) 2-sided) sheets.

 

9. How does the training work?

The Clinical Professional audience will have a program that guides them through each segment. surveys will show what you’ve learned and how you’ll use this information over the next 30-60 days and beyond. (Understand that this is purely voluntary on your part following the Lecture.) In other words, The CAM Luncheon and Workshop TEACHES a PRACTICAL APPLICATION of how to better recruit minorities through Community Advocacy, ongoing community and medical exchange starting NOW!

And, to see how effective The CAM Luncheon and workshop is to you, the participants you can OPT-IN to participate in scheduled telephone surveys to measure the effectiveness of YOUR  Community Advocacy Recruitment  approach as a result of  the program.  Your Tampa partners will take the journey with you to build trust through a community advocacy outreach, infused with disease education and information about clinical trials that we can begin right NOW.

 

10. What type of materials will I receive?

a. Program with Timeline for the three segments

b. MATCHMAKING Directory: Stakeholder Panel information, clinical professionals contacts and trials available.

c. Certificate of Completion following the program

 

11. What opportunity exists for networking?

The Cam Luncheon and Workshop affords many opportunities for clinical professionals to exchange ideas with stakeholders, health ministries, community leaders and patients. The entire program is relaxed and open and encourages a meaningful exchange with our community leaders. We hope to make Tampa one example of successful trial recruitment and retention through Community Advocacy.

 

12. May I invite business associates?

Yes. The CAM Luncheon Workshop is open to medical professionals, community leaders, family members and patients who want to participate in the open exchange of ideas. You must RSVP your guests no later than April 3, 2015 or when you register.

 

13. What is the purpose of this program?

There are several purposes of the Community Advocacy MATCHMAKING Program. Paramount is to help clinical professionals increase understanding, build trust, better recruit and retain and more African Americans and Hispanic patients. The CAM Stakeholder Panel will help guide you through the purpose for each segment, and will each give you “Real-Time” understanding of recruiting in their communities IMMEDIATELY!  How? Through the discovery of three goals:

The Challenge: African Americans and Hispanic/Latinos are under represented in many clinical trials related to disease therapies that are critical to their health.

The Truth:  Our surveys show that many minorities know that new drug discoveries could change their lives. Face-to-Face Surveys conducted nation-wide show that nearly 52% of African Americans do not participate in clinical trials because they do not KNOW about the trials.

The Solution:  The Community Advocacy MATCHMAKING Stakeholders panel teaches CRPs how to target LOCAL communities for disease therapy education, and the best way to RECRUIT minorities for clinical trials while building trust through the Stakeholders who will guide them.

 

14. Will the results of the research for this project be published into Journals? Will we have access to your findings?

We will submit our findings to Journals of the Community Advocacy MATCHMAKING Luncheon Workshops for several cities once we have comparative data. Tampa is one of our Premier cities, and though there may be community comparisons within Tampa we hope to measure communities, cities and regions for a national study.

Annual results will be published in the 50 Hoops 2015 Annual Report.

 

15. What is the Ultimate Goal?

GOAL Summary: To amp up your sensitivity to how best to approach various disease therapies within different minority constituencies.

The Clinical Research Professionals attending the CAM, along with Community Leaders immediately develop new (Tampa-based) strategies for recruiting in minority communities. CAM hopes to help open doors to a more cohesive exchange between Clinical Investigators and the African American and Hispanic/Latino Communities.  The Luncheon Workshop allows Clinicians to explore specific ways to bring education of trial disease to patients, stakeholders, and community and health leaders. It offers an opportunity for CRPs to begin to RECRUIT within Stakeholder constituencies. CAM is always held in an environment and level that the community understands.

 

16. How DO I REGISTER? CLICK HERE

This link takes you to Registration page and payment. Pre-registration assures you’ll have everything you need at the event.

 

17. Can my organization Register a Group?

Yes, call for more information related to reservations and training materials.

Go online and use the Registration form here.

PHONE: 1-800-677-8429 (Messages will be returned within 24 hours)

Email: 50hoops@gte.net for form to return by email.

 

18. Who’s Sponsoring the CAM Luncheon Workshop?

The Community Advocacy MATCHMAKING Luncheon Workshop is a production of 50 Hoops ™ and the National Physician and Family Referral (NPFR) Project. The Tampa CAM is partnered with the Moffitt Cancer Center and the University of South Florida’s Community and Patient Outreach. Funding comes from grants from Genentech and other charitable foundations. Hosts for CRPs attendance are Moffitt Cancer Center and University of South Florida.

CAM Luncheon LOCATION

Bible-Based Fellowship Church,
Family Life Center Gymnasium
4811 Erlich Road,
Tampa, FL 33624

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CRP Certificate of Completion

CRPs attending will receive a (generic) Certificate of Completion, Luncheon Workshop Program and Directory of Stakeholder Panel

This event is Partnered with Moffitt Cancer Center and University of South Florida