We welcome the opportunity to facilitate high-quality community-engaged research collaborations that aim to improve the health and well-being of LGBTQ+ communities. Through Ancillary Studies, a wide variety of researchers working on academic or community-based projects related to LGBTQ health can apply to work with The PRIDE Study team.
Want to learn more about the core principles of community engaged research at PRIDEnet? Check out our 1st Edition of Guidance on Community-Engaged Research: A Primer for Ancillary Study Applicants authored by members of the PRIDEnet Participant Advisory Committee (PAC). We hope these guidelines will help you maintain a consistent and comprehensive focus on historically marginalized and under-represented sub-communities in your research.
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We want to facilitate the training of undergraduate, post-baccalaureate, graduate, medical, postdoctoral, and other trainees and learners in order to grow a pipeline of skilled and competent researchers in community-engaged research in sexual and gender minority health.
If you are interested in gaining experience and training with community-engaged research on sexual and gender minority health with The PRIDE Study and PRIDEnet, please complete the form at this link.