EmVenio Research’s 2023 Community Engagement Highlights
January 31, 2024

Since sharing with you last, EmVenio has been actively involved in Oklahoma, Florida, and Alabama to organize a series of captivating events that contribute to the well-being of the local communities. Our presence at these events was driven by our commitment to increasing awareness about the significance of clinical research and providing local communities with the opportunity to learn about vital aspects of their health through complimentary health screenings conducted by our experienced clinicians. By combining our resources with the strengths of local organizations and events, we believe that we can create a healthier and happier future together. 


Our Oklahoma site joined hands with the YMCA Diabetes Health Fair, a fantastic initiative dedicated to promoting diabetes awareness and prevention. Through interactive booths, educational materials, and expert consultations, we aimed to make a positive impact on the community’s health.

By actively engaging with the community and providing comprehensive resources, we were able to enhance the community’s understanding of diabetes and promote a proactive approach to prevention. Our commitment to making a difference in people’s lives drove us to go beyond just raising awareness – we aimed to empower individuals to take charge of their health and make informed decisions.


In Florida, we established a variety of partnerships to effectively reach a diverse range of individuals. Our team conducted health screenings at the St. Joseph Garden Courts, a retirement community, ensuring that residents received essential healthcare services. Additionally, we had the privilege of participating in the Bali Hai Thanksgiving event, where we seamlessly integrated health screenings into the festivities, promoting overall health and well-being. Both organizations are committed to serving predominantly Hispanic communities, allowing us to gain valuable insights into the specific needs of the local population.

Additionally, our involvement in the Ruck Sack Race in Orlando ensured that participants received health-related information through flyers included in their swag bags. This unique collaboration allowed us to connect with the community in a fun and engaging way.

FusionFest, another exciting event in Florida, provided an excellent platform for us to provide information dedicated to health screenings. By being a part of this cultural celebration, we not only contributed to health awareness but also celebrated the rich diversity that makes our community so vibrant. At our booth, attendees signed up for health screenings performed by our skilled and knowledgeable clinicians. Our team was on hand to answer any questions regarding clinical research. We recognized the importance of cultural diversity and inclusivity in promoting overall well-being. As attendees explored the various cultural exhibits and performances, they were also exposed to the importance of taking care of their health.

Karil Delgado from our FL team at the health screenings in St Joseph Garden Courts.


Our Alabama site participated in the annual Turkey Trot Race in November, further solidifying our dedication to promoting a healthy lifestyle in various aspects of our community. To enhance the overall well-being of the participants, we included flyers in the race’s swag bags. These informational flyers provided valuable health tips and advice, allowing participants to have access to important health information alongside their event goodies. By incorporating this element into the race, we aimed to educate and empower individuals to make healthier choices not only during the race but also in their everyday lives. Additionally, in December we connected with the Woodlawn Neighborhood Association to spread holiday cheer at the annual Christmas party.

Jennifer Holloway from our AL team at the Woodlawn Neighborhood Association Christmas Party.

Throughout 2023, EmVenio Research embarked on a transformative journey of community engagement, participating in over 50 varied events that ranged from attending the LA County Fair to health expos. All these gatherings provided us with invaluable opportunities to meet and interact with countless individuals, creating a network of relationships that extend far beyond just the realm of clinical research. We remain thankful to these partners and the connections created during these events reinforce our commitment to fostering a collaborative and supportive community, as we continue to work towards advancing research and making a positive impact on the lives of those around us. Together, we are building a foundation for a healthier and more connected future.