This issue of the TRIbune highlights the vital work of the UAMS Center for Health Literacy, which is garnering national attention as it tackles a key barrier to human subjects research and health improvement. Led by Kristie Hadden, Ph.D., the center and TRI have established fruitful translational research partnerships since 2013. We also celebrate the great work of our Community Engagement program, which has translated to the innovative use of community members as study section reviewers of our Pilot Award Program grants. TRI Executive Director Amy Jo Jenkins, M.S., is the subject of our TRI & Me feature, and we include the latest publications citing TRI’s support.
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