Training Contents

NIH Mock Peer Review: Scenarios
A mock NIH peer review featuring scenarios that may arise. Also includes a promo on the NIH Early Career Reviewer Program. Host-Christian Buresh SRO- Savannah Macias-Daugherty Chair-Jamie Scholl Program Officer- Miranda Leitheiser Assigned Reviewers #1- Dr. Lee Baugh #2- Dr. Paola Vermeer #3- Christian Buresh #4- Dr. Estelle Leclerc #5- Cassy Garry #6- Kent Ripplinger #7- Dr. Mark Williamson #8- Sue Thompson #9- Nikki Voigt
NIH, mock, peer review, early career reviewer program, chair, scientific review officer, SRO, program officer, PO,
Professional Development Core

Online courses on data science and cognitive computing
Data Science, Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Cloud, Docker, Kubernetes, Free Learning, Online Courses, Python, Hadoop, Machine Learning, IBM, SQL, Big Data, Programming, Cognitive Class, R for Data Science, Javascript, Python for Cryptocurrency, HTML and CSS, Data Science for Everyone, Data Analytics, Programming for Engineers, Deep Learning Courses, Coding Certifications, Analytics, R Courses, Digital Learning, and Hands-on Coding

Introduction to Practice-Based Research Networks (PBRNs)
An introduction to practice-based research networks (PRBNs) including an overview, organization, functions, and ways to interact with PBRNs.
PBRNs, practice-based research networks, budget, organization, community activity board, collaboration, ASPN, WREN, PROS, PPRG, sentinel network
Professional Development Core

Research Development
Texas Tech University's Research Development Team walks through the steps needed for a successful concept paper, the Heilmeier Catechism, and tips for interacting with NIH/NSF program officers.
concept paper, heilmeier catechism, program officer, NIH, NSF, research, RFP, FOA,
Texas Tech University Research Development Team

Understanding NIH Programs
Find out which NIH funding mechanisms apply to you throughout your career. This talk covers many of the mechanisms that apply to Ph.D.s and M.D.s (or equivalent research and clinical doctoral degrees), from graduate/medical school through your early-stage faculty years. It describes different types of NIH grants that support mentored research training including fellowships, institutional training grants and career development awards.
NIH, IC, institute, Ruth L. Kirschstein NRSA, NIH Loan Repayment Program, NIH Director's Early Independence Award (DP5), center, program officer, K award, F99/K00, career development award, early stage investigator, esi,

Clinical and Translational Research: An Overview and Basic Principles
Learn about the purpose of clinical and translational research, and the multiple phases that compose a clinical and translational research study. Define clinical and translational research List the stages of the clinical research lifecycle Identify the steps in developing a research study Discuss the roles and responsibilities of the research team Explain the role of the researcher in each stage of the research lifecycle.
clinical, translational, research, research lifecycle, developing research, roles, responsibilities,
Tufts Clinical and Translational Science Institute

Outcomes Research
Outcomes research is a branch of public health research, which studies the end results, or outcomes, of the structure and processes of the healthcare system on the health and wellbeing of patients and populations. For many years, healthcare research has improved how we diagnose, prevent, and treat a wide range of health conditions. But there hasn’t always been a way to involve patients, families, and healthcare professionals directly in the research process so that the findings reflect what matters most to them. Patient-centered outcomes research (PCOR) aims to help people make informed healthcare decisions and improve healthcare delivery and outcomes by producing and promoting high integrity, evidence-based information that comes from research guided by patients, caregivers, and the broader healthcare community
outcomes research, healthcare, patient-centered,
Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute

Health Disparities and Community-Based Participatory Research
Community participatory research is often called the “gold standard” of research as it brings together researchers and communities in a partnership for a common goal. In clinical and translational research, researchers and communities are addressing health disparities. To learn more about health disparities and community participatory research, we’ll view an NIH-sponsored seminar hosted by Tiffany M.Powell-Wiley, MD, MPH. Dr. Powell-Wiley is an investigator with NIH who studies social determinants of obesity and cardiovascular risk in the Washington D.C. area.
community-based participatory research, health disparities, IPPCR, partnership, research, community,

Dissemination and Implementation Research
Dissemination and Implementation research, or D&I, is concerned with understanding the process of bringing evidence-based interventions into practice within health care and community-based settings (Mayo CCaTS). The need for D&I is derived from the fact that it takes on average seventeen years before research is applied in clinical settings. Dissemination describes the means by which outcomes from research will be communicated to stakeholders and used. Specifically, a dissemination plan explains: Why—the purpose of dissemination What—the message to be disseminated To whom—the audience How—the method When—the timing (AHRQ) Implementation research is the means by which research findings will be used to apply said findings to policy and practice in healthcare to ultimately improve it (Eccles et al., 2009). To learn more, we’ll be viewing an NIH seminar hosted by Catherine Stoney, PhD, Deputy Director for the Center for Translation Research and Implementation Science at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute at NIH. In this seminar, we’ll see how D&I is applied to a healthcare concern such as smoking in order to bring about change in a nation’s health.
dissemination, implementation, D&I, translation,

Tracking Environmental Health Data for Public Health Decision Making
Environmental health is the branch of public health that: focuses on the relationships between people and their environment; promotes human health and well-being; and fosters healthy and safe communities. Environmental health is a key part of any comprehensive public health system. The field works to advance policies and programs to reduce chemical and other environmental exposures in air, water, soil and food to protect people and provide communities with healthier environments (APHA).
environmental health, public health, air, water, soil, exposure,

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