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Grants & You Winter 2020: Grantsmanship Training & Resources

Including Rural Populations in Research

Kristine Sande, associate director at the Center for Rural Health at the University of North Dakota, shares why it is important to include rural populations in research studies.

Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Research Fundamentals Training

PCORI Research Fundamentals Learning Package -- Research Fundamentals: Preparing You to Successfully Contribute to Research
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The screens of the phone and laptop display a page from the PCORI Research Fundamentals Learning Package.

PCORI's new free, self-paced, on-demand training, Research Fundamentals, allows users to learn about the patient-centered outcomes research process, including learning modules that take users through the research cycle from beginning to end.

Research Fundamentals is the first of 2 learning packages PCORI is developing in partnership with the American Institutes for Research. The second, to be launched in early 2021, Building Effective Multi-Stakeholder Research Teams, is designed to support new and experienced researchers and stakeholder partners collaborating in patient-centered outcomes research.

“All About Grants” Podcast – Human Subjects Protection and Monitoring Plans

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Listen to NIH’s 10-minute All About Grants podcast to learn more about how to explain in your NIH grant application how research participants will be protected and monitored (transcript available here).

Dawn Corbett, NIH’s Inclusion Policy Officer, shares why human subjects’ protection and monitoring plans are important, what should be included in these plans as part of your application, what should be left out, what are risks and what are benefits to study participants, and how reviewers assess it all.

ATSU Research Support is here to help!

Serving all ATSU schools and departments with:
  • Statistical consultation
  • Research coordinator assistance
  • Science writing support
  • General research study guidance
  • Research project management
 
Contact Research Support today:
Jack Morris, MS, PMP
Director, Research Support
660.626.2444