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Making our research practice more inclusive

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A conversation on making our personal research pipeline - from design to dissemination - more inclusive.

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This 1-hour conversation on Zoom (offered twice to accommodate time zones) will focus on generating feasible ideas to make our daily research practice more inclusive.

The quality of our findings and resulting policy/practice change depends on how well we work together with the populations we study. Underrepresented groups are exactly that: underrepresented. Not only in research samples but also in those who lead the research, or are invited on the team.

Our starting point is this recent commentary on equity and inclusion in traumatic stress treatment guidelines (several commentary authors will join). We anticipate the conversation to be relevant beyond the mental health research field, and colleagues across disciplines are welcome.

We will discuss how we can be more inclusive in, for example: a) how we construct our research teams, b) what we study, c) how & where we communicate findings, and d) how we give credit (and who we cite!)

We will gravitate towards tangible actions that are feasible for PhD students and early-career researchers.

There is also an opportunity to participate asynchronously on Twitter via the hashtag #InclusiveResearch2020. We will share a summary of the ideas generated on Zoom and Twitter on www.trauma-recovery.net

Our two sessions are:

(check the links for time zone conversion)

Artist Luka Lesson and colleagues on (lack of) inclusion:

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