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Grants & You Newsletter Winter 2017: Grantsmanship Training & Resources
The NIH Collaboratory Coordinating Center at Duke University recently launched The Living Textbook, a researcher-friendly compendium of information for the design, planning, and implementation of pragmatic clinical trials. Based on the expert consensus of researchers involved in the Collaboratory, this could be a valuable resource as you develop your clinical trial.
Did you know Academic Medicine, a journal serving as an international forum to advance knowledge about the principles, policy, and practice of research, education, and patient care in academic settings, has a podcast? Listen to the stories of medical students and residents, clinicians and educators, healthcare thought leaders and researchers. as they experience the science and the art of medicine. Guests delve deeper into the issues shaping medical schools and teaching hospitals today. Subscribe here.
As of January 25, 2018, the NIH will require that proposals involving clinical trials be in response to FOAs that specifically state clinical trials are allowable. So how do you know if your research is a clinical trial? The attached interactive tool will tell you.
Preparing, Submitting, and Tracking Your NIH Application Using ASSIST.
Grants.gov Workspace Training & Other Information
Grants.gov has officially adopted Workspace, a collaborative online environment, as the means to submit a federal grant application. Watch the video below for an overview, and be sure to check this space for tips on working with Workspace.