MSU Extension Health Research Speed Meeting


Learn how MSU Extension can support your research agenda

Wednesday, January 25, 2017
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

  • Presentations will take place in Room 110 Radiology Building, East Lansing
  • Video conferencing will be available at the Clinton Township, Detroit, Flint, Grand Rapids, Marquette, Southfield, and Traverse City MSU community campuses.
  • Lunch is provided at all sites.

MSU Extension has a 100-year history as a permanent resource in communities throughout the state. It is comprised of leaders with long-standing community connections and health expertise in multiple health-related fields.

  • Extension educators implement programming that can address many of the social determinants of health that support families, community members and coworkers to better manage health conditions that may affect their daily life.
  • They also understand and can prioritize health needs in communities, educate audiences, train leaders, and facilitate networking.

Extension educators can support your research agenda as:

  • collaborators in conducting community-based research throughout Michigan
  • sources for recruitment into your studies
  • sources for program interventions that can be included in your studies
  • additions to the interdisciplinary efforts needed in community-engaged research
  • disseminators of your results to diverse audiences

Join us for lunch and MSU Extension program information that can support your research!
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Registration Link:
https://events.anr.msu.edu/EHRSpeedMtg17/ Questions:
Betsy Braid at braidbet@msu.edu or (517) 884-7081 (Registration)
Linda Cronk at cronkl@anr.msu.edu or (231) 922-4621 (Program)
Please feel free to distribute this flyer. Space is limited. Registration requested by Friday, Jan. 20.