In this month’s TRIbune, we catch up with one of our KL2 Program graduates, Keneshia Bryant-Moore, Ph.D., APRN, FNP-BC, whose network of faith leaders is providing crucial information about COVID-19 to Arkansas populations most vulnerable to the disease.
Bryant-Moore built the network using community engagement principles that have led to multiple awards from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI). She recently received a $150,000 COVID-19-focused enhancement of an existing PCORI grant.
This issue also gives you the scoop on the upcoming seminar series – TRI innOVATION, and the first UAMS TRI Regulatory Compliance Conference, which will include a keynote address by Quincy Byrdsong, Ed.D., an award-winning author and sought-after speaker.
Our Study of the Month features Tina Ipe, M.D., M.P.H.