Session+2+-+Design+and+Analysis+of+Clinical+Research+041015

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Design and Analysis of Clinical Research Sherrie H. Kaplan, PhD, MPH MS-BATS/Lecture 2 Spring Quarter 2016
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Steps in writing a fundable proposal Find the right funding source Have a good idea Translate the idea into a researchable question Write (no more than) 3 specific aims the study is to address Find the right team to address the aims
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Finding the right funding source Determines suitability of sponsor for topic of interest Provides guidelines, templates for submitting/formatting proposal Lists funding opportunities Lists contacts; VERY important to talk to project officers in area of interest Find out what they DON’T fund; who ISN’T eligible
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Overview of NIH and Foundation funding mechanisms
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Steps in writing a fundable proposal Draft the research plan sections: Signficance Innovations Approach Address human subjects issues Create appendices (as needed) Get letters of support
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Sponsors of Research Government (federal, state, local) Feds: NIH, AHRQ, NLM, DOD, NSF, VA, CMS, HRSA Private foundations (non-profit) E.g. RWJF, Commonwealth, Doris Duke Pharma/industry Private individuals
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Exercise 1 Lookup the Commonwealth Fund website: What are the four current programs they are funding How large ($) are the grants they fund? What is the duration of the average award? Who is eligible? Do they fund unsolicited projects? Do they fund training/career development?
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Exercise 2 Lookup the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) website: What do they fund? Which states get the most awards? How large are the awards? Who is eligible? Do they fund career development awards?
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tate=&ic=&fm=&orgid=577504&distr=&rfa=&om=n&pid=#ta b2 NIH Awards by Location & Organization
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