|XIII. Cross-disciplinary training||
• Apply principles of adult learning and competency-based instruction to educational activities.
• Provide clinical and translational science instruction to beginning scientists.
• Incorporate adult learning principles and mentoring strategies into interactions with beginning scientists and scholars in order to engage them in clinical and translational research.
• Develop strategies for overcoming the unique curricular challenges associated with merging scholars from diverse backgrounds.
|XIV. Community engagement||
• Examine the characteristics that bind people together as a community, including social ties, common perspectives or interests, and geography.
• Appraise the role of community engagement as a strategy for identifying community health issues, translating health research to communities, and reducing health disparities.
• Summarize the principles and practices of the spectrum of community-engaged research.
• Analyze the ethical complexities of conducting community-engaged research.
• Specify how cultural and linguistic competence and health literacy have an impact on the conduct of community-engaged research.