The conference focused on the science of health policy and systems change as strategies for population-level health improvement. Nearly 1000 researchers, clinicians, students, community partners, and local and national experts gathered Monday, April 15th to share findings, disseminate best more
Mayo Clinic has a long history of encouraging its clinicians to pursue research. This is because some of the most critical advances in medicine happen when clinicians see something in a patient they’ve never seen before and set out to find the answers.
But the question often arises: How more
Translational science seeks to speed up the process of moving research discoveries from the laboratory into healthcare practices. Numerous scientific and organizational roadblocks can act as obstacles along the path of translation and ultimately hinder the speed of progress in medical research. more
DIAMOND is a collaborative discovery learning space for clinical research professionals. Through the DIAMOND portal, you can access or share competency based training offerings and assessments for workforce development. DIAMOND also provides a unique e-Portfolio system powered by Portfolium.com more
The challenge of surviving the first year of medical school took on unusual urgency for students at the University of Puerto Rico when Hurricane Maria struck the island in September 2017. However, under adverse conditions, many students not only survived but thrived. And they’re more driven than more
Translation of novel research interventions into clinical applications for improved human health requires a well-prepared, competent workforce. There is a critical need to provide high quality, accessible, competency-based training for research personnel conducting clinical trials.
Trainees, scholars and pilot award recipients presented their work at the University of Florida Clinical and Translational Science Institute's Research Day recently and heard from an NIH official about how to alleviate a major barrier to research that’s never far from their thoughts: Student more