Accessing Your Multi-Year CMI Report
The Multi-Year Common Metrics Initiative Report will be made available on February 28, 2019. Your report will be accessible to authorized hub recipients via the CLIC website. Access to the report will require you to have established an account on the CLIC website. If you haven’t already done so, please create an account.
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The Rochester Epidemiology Project: Your Go-To Research Tool
Mayo Clinic's CTSA Program hub has been partnering with several regional health care providers on the Rochester Epidemiology Project, a unique population health research resource for use around the consortium, allowing the study of a complete population over time.
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Now Available: CLIC Resource Center
The CLIC Resource Center is a place to share relevant guides, manuals and other tools with the full consortium to encourage collaboration so that hubs across the program don’t need to ‘recreate the wheel’ every time they’re faced with a challenge or question.
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Un-Meeting Event Guide
CLIC has created this comprehensive guide to help others host their own successful Un-Meeting. The Guide includes elements such as logisitc planning, identifying your team, promotion and communication best practices, budgeting templates and more.
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Welcome to the Center for Leading Innovation and Collaboration (CLIC) website. As the coordinating center for the Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA) Program, the CLIC aims to provide a one-stop-shop for all of your clinical and translational science needs. Find job and collaboration opportunities, training materials, research tools, consortium news and events, and more – everything you need for your research is just a CLIC away.
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