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Episode 47 - Dr. Caitlin Ryan: Commitment, Intentionality, and Hard Work: What It Takes To Do Culturally Competent, Ground-Breaking Research

Tuesday, June 01, 2010, 9:32:14 AM

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In this episode, Dr. Caitlin Ryan discusses the challenges of breaking ground in new areas of research, especially work that may be considered controversial, and what it takes to do work that is culturally and linguistically appropriate. The conversation ends with advice for those interested in following similar lines of research.

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Average Rating: 4stars  good to know, Friday, January 13, 2012

By Martha E. Zayas :

This podcast seemed interesting since I have a couple of friends who have gone through this issue. It is good to see people out there care to help, not paying much attention to the money received from the help given. I’m thankful for programs like this one with people who volunteer and work for groups like LGBT.

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