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REAL Program
If you have questions or would like to have the REAL program at your community event, contact:
Mary Ellen Lawless, MA, RN
Community Development and Programming

The Cleveland CTSC Research Education, Awareness, and Learning (REAL) program is a collaborative program between Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, MetroHealth Medical Center, and University Hospitals Case Medical Center. The program is designed to facilitate, support and grow community engaged health research.

The REAL program team can be part of community events and initiatives (i.e. health fairs, educational programs, etc.) The team can provide presentations and materials, help answer questions regarding research, and explain ways to become a participant in clinical research studies.

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