INSAR Summer Institute 2018: Stakeholder Perspectives and Participation: Building Successful Collaborations for Research
The International Society for Autism Research is hosting a free series of six online seminars, focusing on issues related to stakeholder perspectives and participation.
July 12 2018
Stakeholder Participation at the Systems Level
Geraldine Dawson, John Robison, Dena Gassner
Working Group Leader:
|Geraldine Dawson||John Robison||Dena Gassner|
|View session details / materials online|
| SEMINAR 6 –
July 24 2018
|Community-Academic Partnerships in Implementation Research
Presenters: David Mandell, Melanie Pellachia, Jill Locke & Michelle Nutini
Working Group Leader: Alan Gerber
The 2018 INSAR Summer Institute, a series of free weekly interactive seminars for early-career researchers and members of the autism community.
Each seminar was be co-presented by a team of researchers and stakeholders from the autism community who have developed successful partnerships.
The presentations are designed for students, post-doctoral fellows, early-career investigators, families, service providers, and people with autism and their families. Anyone is welcome to attend.
Please note: You do not have to be a member of INSAR to attend, but you do need to have a profile in which your registration is processed. If you do not have a profile in our system, please see these INSTRUCTIONS to Create A Profile, then Register for Summer Institute.