Manage your community-focused research activities...
...with clarity and without the burnout
Don't reinvent the wheel! Let us help you become equipped with the tools needed to oversee the progress of your research study and ensure that it is conducted, documented, and reported according to the funder’s requirements and the community’s needs.
Are you a Principal Investigator?
Are you a Program Manager, Research Coordinator, or Research Assistant?
If you conduct research in the community and are overwhelmed by the many moving parts of the research process, our trainings will help you to learn program management strategies for success.
Are you interested in collaborating?
Meet Leonore Okwara, MPH
As a public health professional, I offer 14 years of national public health program management research experience in the nonprofit, academic, and federal sectors.
Over the years, I have witnessed the stress that researchers and their research staff experienced when it came to managing community-based research protocols.
My passion is helping researchers effectively manage community-based research activities.
Identify problems before you start the work in the community using the PHRC Mapping Method
The Graduate Research Assistant knew that failing to address these barriers early on could impact the quality of her research, her well-established professional credibility, and the community trust she has worked so hard to build.
Conduct, document & report research activities to meet funder and community needs
PHRC helped this first time NIH-funded postdoc develop a 20-page program management plan that outlined the details of managing all aspects of her community-focused research. She now knew where to start; she had clarity.
“Leonore used her breadth and depth of knowledge about research planning to ask questions about design features I had never thought of and directly address potential issues related to IRB, participant enrollment and retention, and other logistics that are critical to effective research and data integrity. In fact, my research plan was developed to include trouble-shooting and contingency plans.”
“While the process of working with and learning from Leonore was valuable in itself, the greatest benefit of this service was that it yielded an exceptionally comprehensive, organized, and user-friendly project management plan.”
- Jessie Wong, PhD
Program Management Plan Developing
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