The JEAP Initiative, a five-year project funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA; R24DA051950), invites you to attend a free virtual forum on Monday, September 12, 10:00am-11:30am PT/1:00pm-2:30am ET.
Using Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) methods, the JEAP Initiative Investigators and JEAP Initiative Community Boards (comprised of individuals with lived experience and professional experience) collaborated to generate research priorities to guide the development of future research on recovery support services. Specifically, the focus was on peer recovery support services and recovery residences.
This forum will (1) introduce the research priorities generated by the JEAP Initiative Community Boards to the recovery support services research community and (2) discuss the CBPR process used to generate these research priorities. Additionally, this forum will provide links between these research priorities and various funding and training opportunities.
Presenters will include JEAP Initiative Investigators, JEAP Initiative Community Board members, and NIDA Program Officers.
This forum is designed to inspire early career investigators (from students to faculty) and senior investigators to conduct new or expanded research on recovery support services. Individuals interested in connecting with investigators conducting recovery support services research and individuals interested in engaging Community Boards in recovery support services research also are encouraged to attend this forum.
To learn more about this forum and register to attend, please visit the JEAP Initiative website.