It is now more important than ever for researchers to be “bilingual” in plain language. It fosters trust with the community and presents research in a non-threatening way, while also helping to promote dialogue between scientists and strengthen collaboration. This UB CTSI Educational Modules video:
* This material was originally developed as a CTSI Open Research Office presentation.
Presented by Andy Strohmeier, M.Ed., Integrating Special Populations Coordinator, Clinical and Translational Science Institute
Running Time: 13 minutes
Contact the CTSI Plain Language team at email@example.com.
CTSI Recruitment Resources Toolkit (Plain Language section): https://www.buffalo.edu/ctsi/cores/recruitment/recruitment-resources-toolkit.plain-language.html
CTSI Open Research Office session on Plain Language: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DGhQNpObqKU&feature=youtu.be