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The Penn State Community Health Equity & Engagement in Research (CHEER) team is hosting a session to provide guidance to research teams on how to address the unique needs and interests of individuals who identify as neurodivergent. The session will focus on how unconscious bias may impact the consenting process and how an inclusive approach to study enrollment can create a safe and equitable space for this marginalized population.

To learn more and register for the session, visit the provided link. This project is supported by funding from Penn State’s Social Science Research Institute (SSRI), but the content and views expressed are solely the responsibility of the authors. Join us in creating a more inclusive and equitable research environment for neurodivergent individuals.

The CHEER team is excited to welcome Autumn Dae Miller and Andrea Layton, who are leaders in the field, to share their expertise during the session. Participants in the workshop will gain an understanding of what it means to be neurodivergent and learn the best practices for creating welcoming environments in healthcare and research participation for people who are neurodivergent.

Join us in creating a more inclusive and equitable research environment for neurodivergent individuals by learning about unconscious bias, creating safe spaces, and sharing best practices with experts in the field. Register now at [insert link here].

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