Slides are now available from the presentation "Using Qualitative Research Methods to Improve Physician Research Training at UC" by Jackie Knapke, PhD
An NIH Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) of $16.7 million over 4 years will support new and ongoing efforts to translate discoveries into clinical practice.
Moved within the CCHMC "S Building" from Suite 10.300 to 2.500.
Two one-hour programs will explain/demonstrate features of the new REDCap release, version 6.5.0.
The program advances methodologic research in biostatistics, epidemiology, bioinformatics and related disciplines.
Blurred lines: Is randomized controlled patient care research or practice?
For FY 2016, the CCTST has awarded a total of $750,000 in pilot funding for 5 T1 projects and 1 T1 Jr. project, and 4 innovative cores.
Healthcare improvement enabled by this joint effort of the Live Well Collaborative (LWC) and CCTST is featured.
Miss a talk during Research Week May 4-8? Many are available online.
The CCTST is looking for investigators who may have or can develop ongoing collaborations with investigators at other CTSA sites to address obstacles to translational research.