Community Advisory Board
The 1917 Clinic Research Community Advisory Board (CAB) exists to provide input to the HIV/AIDS research clinic staff, and to help share information about HIV/AIDS research activities at the University of Alabama at Birmingham to the community at large.
The goal of this dialogue between the community and the clinic’s research team is to facilitate AIDS research that meets the needs of medical science and the needs of the community served by our clinic, especially clinical trials participants.
The CAB provides the community an opportunity to:
- understand the clinical research process;
- provide input regarding the development, implementation and outcomes of clinical studies;
- offer advice related to the accrual and retention of trial participants;
- give clinical trial participants necessary advocacy and a way to address grievance issues;
- build a meaningful partnership that will lead to improved knowledge of HIV/AIDS disease; and
- promote ethical research purposes and practices.
The 1917 Clinic CAB will begin meeting bi-monthly on the first Monday of every other month.
Lunch will be provided starting at 11:30am and the meeting will occur from 12:00 - 1:00pm.
Future meetings in 2013: Monday, June 3; Monday, August 5; Monday, October 7; Monday, December 2
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Note: You do not need to complete a Volunteer Application to attend these meetings.