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Grants & You Fall 2021: Scholarly Innovation & Grantsmanship Resources

ATSU Office of Sponsored Programs' Outcome Metrics for July 2020 - June 2021

A.T. Still Memorial Library: A Wealth of Resources for Research & Scholarly Initiatives

 A.T. Still Memorial Library to Begin

  Offering Library Training Modules 

 Please contact Laura Lipke, Medical Librarian, with any questions.

The initial training modules will cover topics such as: 

  • Research Question Development & Advanced Search
  • PubMed & MeSH: Search for Evidence
  • Case Studies, Clinical Databases and Critical Appraisal
  • Types of Reviews, Citation Managers & Where to Publish
  • Are You Smarter than a Librarian: Matching Information Needs to Resources
  • Bring Your Questions

Modules have been designed to address the needs of trainees from across all programs. Sessions will be offered in person at the Missouri campus library, with sychronous viewing available via Zoom. These sessions will also be recorded for asychronous viewing. Descriptions of the modules, module objectives, and module prep activities are provided in the libguide.  The guide also provides a calendar with upcoming dates and registration information.

ATSU Teaching & Learning Center: An Outstanding University Resource - Empowering Faculty through 4 Core Offerings

The TLC is here to help!  Request a consultation today

 TLC Fall Seminars: “Innovation in health science education: What it is & how to do it”

Innovation in health science education is the pursuit of new instructional techniques that will reach the students in more effective and exciting ways. This may include creating and applying new processes, educational technology, and instructional strategies. By attending the TLC 2021 Fall Seminar Series, you will learn more about ways you can innovate your educational approaches to enhance your students’ learning experience. Stay tuned for an email invitation soon.

  • Part I: “What does it mean to be innovative?”
Wednesday, September 29th at 12 PM (AZ) / 2 PM (MO), Presenter: Quincy Conley, PhD
  • Part II: “Elevate the teaching and learning experience with technology”
Wednesday, October 6th at 12 PM (AZ) / 2 PM (MO), Presenter: Brittany Williams, MS
  • Part III: “Educational technology to promote equity and inclusion”
Wednesday, October 20th at 12 PM (AZ) / 2 PM (MO), Presenter: Julie Speer, PhD

Mark Your Calendars and Make Time for Research Nexus

ATSU Research Nexus Fall Presentation Schedule:
Research Data Management - Library:  October 13, Adrienne Brodie
Sponsored Programs - Overview:  October 28, Deborah Clay & Kathy Rushlo
Manuscript Writing - Best Practices:  November 10, Deb Goggin
Sponsored Programs - Proposal Development:  November 18, Deborah Clay & Kathy Rushlo 
Intermediate/Advanced Literature Search - Library:  December 8, Laura Lipke, Hal Bright, Adrienne Brodie    
Research Nexus organizers will circulate email invitations prior to each session.       

SCHOLARLY SNIPPETS: Advancing Your Research Capacity through Collaborative Osteopathic Resources

   Boost Your Research & Scholarship Skills
 A Workshop Series by Osteopathic Medical Librarians on Research & Scholarship Topics

Refworks, October 5, 1-1:30 pm

Want to learn how to import articles and easily cite with a citation manager? This session will provide an overview of Refworks Citation Manager. Presented by: Meghan Di Rito, MLIS PCOM Georgia...  More

Sciwheel, October 12, 1-1:30 pm 

Sciwheel is designed for those in the sciences to "discover, read, annotate, write and share scientific research." Learn how to manage a personal library of articles and references, import r...  More

Reviews of the Literature: Getting StartedNovember 3, 1-1:30 pm 

Those new to research or with those who are short on time and/or collaborators may see a literature review as an appealing option to getting published. But, with over 50 different types of literature ...  More

Boost Your Scholarly ProfileNovember 16, 1-1:30 pm  

What do ORCID, Google Scholar profile, CV, Altmetrics, Linkedin, and institutional repositories all have in common? YOU! Whether you’re a total beginner or a seasoned scholar, there will always ...  More

Advanced PubMedDecember 9, 1-1:30 pm  
Stay tuned for the session description! Presented by: Kelli Hines, MLIS Western University of Health Sciences

AOGME / AIAMC Webinar

The Value and Impact of

Osteopathic Recognition

Sept. 30, 12 pm CT / 10 am GMT

Join the Assembly of Osteopathic Graduate Medical Educators (AOGME) and the Alliance for Independent Academic Medical Centers (AIAMC) for a collaborative webinar presentation and panel discussion on the value of GME and Osteopathic Recognition. Presenters will include a Director of Osteopathic Education and residents from the Cleveland Clinic. Register now for more details.

NCCIH Offers Free Webinar

Workshop on Methodological Approaches for Whole Person Research 

September 29 - 30

The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health’s (NCCIH) new strategic plan defines whole person research as including three components:

  • Exploring the fundamental science of interconnected systems
  • Investigating multicomponent interventions or therapeutic systems
  • Examining the impact of these interventions on multisystem or multiorgan outcomes

The virtual Whole Person Research Workshop will discuss examples of research studies in these three areas from diverse fields and explore methodologies potentially appropriate for whole person research. The NCCIH website provides complete agenda details and registration.

NIH Pathways to Prevention Workshop 

Improving Rural Health: Telehealth-Guided Provider-to-Provider Communication

NIH is hosting the virtual Pathways to Prevention Workshop: Improving Rural Health Through Telehealth-Guided Provider-to-Provider Communication (October 12-14, 2021) to better understand what is and is not known about the effectiveness of telehealth-guided provider-to-provider communication to improve health outcomes in rural settings.

NIH RePORTER

Find and Access NIH Grants Data Quickly and Easily with the RePORTER API

Our modernized RePORTER site features a new application programming interface (API) that makes it easier to find, access, and reuse the grants data you need.  Read More

2021 NIH Virtual Seminar on Program Funding & Grants Administration

NIH: Empowering the Research Workforce to Fuel Scientific Discovery

FREE 3-Day Seminar!  November 1 -  4

If you are an administrator, researcher, early-stage investigator, graduate student, or anyone new to the NIH grants process...then this seminar is designed specifically for you. More experienced? Attend our policy updates and check out our case study series.

  • Learn about NIH grant processes, policies, and programs.
  • Interact with NIH program, grants management, review, and policy staff.
  • Gather resources to use and share with colleagues.
  • Engage and network with your peers and meet 1:1 with NIH experts.
         Don't Miss Out On This Unique Opportunity!  REGISTER TODAY!

ATSU Research Support is here to help!

Serving ATSU schools & 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