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Working Groups and Committees

​Cross-Network Working Groups focus on special projects and tasks, and may include members of Community Partners as well as other community members with expertise in various areas.


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​Working Group ​Role ​Current Projects
​Community Partners (CP)

​Represents cross-network community research needs and priorities to network leadership and DAIDS.

Shares resources and experiences, avoids duplicative efforts, identifying and addresses challenges to participation in trials.

Ensures effective network representation and articulation of: scientific agenda priorities; ethical conduct of clinical trials; community education; communication and information dissemination; respect for community priorities and continued community participation.

​Develop a community science research agenda.

Review site-level CAB funding in the current grant period. Identify areas where support mechanisms are working well and opportunities for improvement.

Consider evaluation of Community Partners efforts and activities and develop and implement mechanisms to evaluate progress and impact.

​Community Partners Executive Committee (CP Exec. Committee) ​Makes decisions on behalf of Community Partners and its general membership in accordance with CP Organizational Guidelines. ​Same as above.
​Community Training Working Group (CT) ​Considers community training common across networks. Standardizes or develops materials that have broad application to community issues around participation in HIV clinical research. ​Share existing CAB training materials, identify and develop new or standardized cross-network CAB training materials when there are unmet training needs or a strong rationale for standardized modules.
Community Partners Ethics Working Group ​Provide cross-network input to DAIDS to support the development of ethical guidelines and considerations into trial designs. Solicit feedback regarding ethical considerations and provide recommendations to DAIDS.
​Community Evaluation Working Group ​Evaluates CP efforts and activities and develop and implement mechanisms to evaluate CP progress and impact.  Serve as the core group of the EMFT in collaboration with HANC and CSI. ​Conduct a comprehensive network survey of CABs and Site Community Coordinators to evaluate CAB function and funding.
​Community Site-Level Funding Working Group ​Review site-level CAB funding and support in the current grant period to identify areas where funding and support mechanisms are working well and areas where there are problems or opportunities for improvement. ​Conduct a comprehensive network survey of CABs and Site Community Coordinators to evaluate CAB function and funding in conjunction with the Community Evaluation Working Group.
​Community Scientific Priorities Working Group ​Develop a community science research agenda. ​Collate, prioritize and conduct a gap analysis of the cross-network community scientific agenda.
 

 

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