Successful collaborations between clinicians and researchers not only lead to advances in patient and participant outcomes, but they also have personal and professional benefits for clinicians and researchers. In this session, a panel of experts inspire and empower attendees to form and maintain clinician-researcher collaborations by sharing their own personal collaboration success stories and recommendations. Panelists represent a variety of practice areas including academic medicine, the Veterans Affairs health system, and advocacy/policy. This session is moderated by an award-winning dietitian, who has successfully combined clinical practice and research throughout her productive career.
Planned with the Research Dietetic Practice Group
CPE Level: Level 2 (intermediate knowledge/experience)
- 14.4.5 Assigns responsibilities to various team members according to scope of practice and personal competence.
- 6.4.1 Recognizes a variety of avenues for scholarly engagement.
- 1.1.7 Builds collaborative relationships to encourage professional growth and development.
- Describe how clinician-researcher collaborations may benefit attendees' careers as well as patient outcomes.
- Apply strategies and tactics shared during the presentation to develop new clinician-researcher collaborations.
- Employ strategies and tactics shared during the presentation to sustain and/or expand successful clinician-researcher collaborations.
- Christina Badaracco
- Monica Serra
- Denise Snyder