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The 2014 CCTST community engagement awards presented October 2 recognize outstanding leadership in advocacy, partnership and research. more…
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The CCTST co-sponsored the panel discussion Ebola, Emergency Medicine and Global Bioethics October 13, attended by nearly 200 people. more…
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The team at the Center for Health Informatics reviews the interface to the clinical research data warehouse (iCREW), available to CCTST members. more…
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A Cincinnati Children’s study supported by the CCTST found that social and economic hardships explain much of hospital asthma readmissions among black children and teens. more…
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Slides from the 2014 OHRP Research Community Forum held May 21 are available. more…
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For the first time, six area health care and research institutions have developed a collaborative review agreement for clinical research. more…
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CCTST KL2 research scholar Aimee Dietz, PhD is studying the use of assistive communication devices for patients with aphasia. more…
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The CCTST Community Leaders Institute training program enhances community research and capacity building competencies. more…
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Three CTSA institutions in Ohio and their partnering institutions have established a statewide collaborative agreement. more…

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Established in 2005 as a collaborative effort among the University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, UC Health and the Cincinnati Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, the CCTST is a research resource and “academic home” for clinical and translational scientists and programs. more…

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cover of February 2014 issue of ‘Clinical and Translational Science’

CCTST Service Integration Model Featured in Clinical and Translational Science

The February 2014 issue includes the CTSA Profile Beyond Project-Focused Consultation to Investigator-Focused Consultation: The CCTST Integration Committee Model. Co-authored by a team of CCTST faculty and staff, the article describes how the Committee provides investigators with strategic direction and ongoing follow-up/support; identifies barriers that need modification to improve their research environment; and helps them form multidisciplinary teams.

read the full article (open access)