- A community of practice (CoP) is a group of people who share a common concern, a set of problems, or an interest in a topic and who come together to fulfill both individual and group goals.
- CoP often focus on sharing best practices and creating new knowledge to advance a domain of professional practice. Interaction on an ongoing basis is an important part of this.
- CoP can rely on virtual meetings, face-to-face meetings and/or web-based collaborative environments to connect their membership.
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Clinical Research Informatics
UW faculty, students and staff are invited to join the ICTR-sponsored CoP for Clinical Research Informatics. Contact Peggy Hatfield, email@example.com, for more information.
All principal investigators, clinical providers and scientists who are interested in conducting clinical trials at UW, UW Health, UnityPoint Health-Meriter and the VA are invited to join this ICTR-based CoP.
Research Equity and Stakeholder Engagement
Consider joining a new CoP facilitated by the Wisconsin Network for Research Support to explore issues and share resources involving stakeholder engagement and health equity. The group meets the third Friday of each month from 12:30 – 1:30 pm on Zoom. If you would like to participate, contact Kat Phelps at firstname.lastname@example.org.