TeleOutreach Center/MIDB TeleOutreach Service Hub
The TeleOutreach Center and the MIDB TeleOutreach Service Hub have multiple studies that can include directed research engagement with University of Minnesota under-graduate and graduate students. Current studies involve the use of telehealth to connect with families and children in their homes and collect study data. Student opportunities include data coding, inventorying and preparing tele-lab materials, community-engaged opportunities, and involvement in dissemination opportunities (e.g., development of recruitment materials, web-based materials, family newsletters, and infographics). Students may receive credit with the correct support. There may be paid opportunities.
Students are required to take and keep current all required IRB training, HIPAA training, and related U of M and TeleOutreach required trainings. Due to the time investment in training, students must make a commitment of a minimum of 5 hours a week, for one academic semester.
Jessica Simacek, [email protected]