Education and Training
Mayo Clinic offers a range of education and training opportunities to promote community engagement in research. These courses aim to help academic researchers, community members and other stakeholders strengthen their partnerships and enhance their ability to apply community-engaged research principles to address community health needs.
Current education and training offerings include:
- Are you Ready? Measuring Readiness and Preparing to Engage
- Community-Engaged Research: An Overview
- Community-Engaged Research: Foundations of Community Engagement in Research
- Overcoming Barriers in Community Engagement in Research
To learn more, view the online course descriptions.
Citizen Scientist Program
This program is designed to train community health advocates and health workers as community research advocates. These citizen scientists are prepared to participate as active members of community-engaged research teams in partnership with academic scientists. Some citizen scientists may choose to specialize in a particular scientific discipline, such as clinical trials, implementation science, translational research or another area of research. To learn more about this program, please submit a consultation request.