Clinical Trial Awareness

USF Health & Moffitt Cancer Center representatives meet with minority community leaders at a "Community Advocacy Matchmaking" luncheon designed to start conversations about clinical trials
Clinical Trial Awareness

An effort has been launched to bring researchers from USF and Moffitt Cancer Center together with community leaders to increase minority participation in clinical trials. Find out more on University Beat on WUSF TV.

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What Clinical Trial Researchers Can Do to Reach Minority Communities

Video Extras

Clinical Trials and the Hispanic Community

In this web-only video, Patricia Sanders, the Director of 50 Hoops and the National Physician and Family Referral Project, gives advice to clinical trial researchers about increasing enrollment by members of minority groups.

In this web-only video, Amparo Nunez, Project Director for the Bridges to Health program of the Hispanic Services Council, talks about some of the reasons her community doesn't take part in clinical trials - lack of transportation and concerns about immigration status.

More Information: 

USF Health Office of Clinical Research
list of current trials

Moffitt Cancer Center
Clinical trials website

National Physician and Family Referral Project

Original Broadcast Date: 

Radio - During "Morning Edition" on WUSF 89.7 Wednesday after the 7:45 AM newscast | During "All Things Considered" on WUSF 89.7 Wednesday at 5:44 PM | After "Florida Matters" on WSMR 89.1 Monday just before 10:30 PM

Mark Schreiner

Mark Schreiner has been the producer and reporter for "University Beat" on WUSF 89.7 FM since 2001 and on WUSF TV from 2007-2017. In addition to serving as a producer, reporter, host and assistant news director, he serves as Intern Coordinator for WUSF News. Mark has worked as an anchor, reporter and producer at radio stations in Tampa and his native Chicago since 1992. He graduated from Columbia College in Chicago with a BA in Telecommunications/Radio in 1994.

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