Education Clearinghouse

The CLIC Education Clearinghouse is a centralized space where the CTSA community can find and share a variety of education and workforce development resources for a broad range of audiences, from the general public to Principal Investigators. Users can select and filter through a number of different areas: learning domains, tags (keywords), target learners, and more. Each entry presents a detailed profile of the resource so that users can efficiently choose a resource that’s right for them. These detailed profiles provide links (and access instructions, if needed) to the resources on the hub or external institution that is hosting the content.


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  • University Of Rochester

    This Coursera course was developed by Theresa Green, PhD, MBA, director of Community Health Policy and Education and assistant professor of Public Health Sciences at the University of Rochester CTSI. Explore the importance of engaging our community as researchers, educators and managers to improve the health of our population. Learn how health systems are changing to better measure and address

  • CLIC

    Looking for new strategies for your KL2 or TL1 program? Are you worried about a lack of diversity and inclusion within your institution? How are you ensuring the diversity of the clinical science workforce? Not sure where to start? From Insights to Action is a collection of actionable questions inspired by hubs’ stories of ongoing progress and success in the Careers in Clinical & Translational

  • The toolkit comprises a set of power point slide sets (modules) intended to serve as a resource for persons delivering presentations aiming to heighten and facilitate older adult inclusion in clinical and translational research.
  • To accelerate translation, researchers need access to a broad range of data from a variety of sources (electronic health records, imaging, genetics, behavioral, etc.). These sources manage and store data differently, which creates the need for standardization. The Informatics Common Metric, which is in its second year, addresses the need to harmonize data across the CTSA Program. This will enhance
  • University Of Utah

    Dr. Adam Ware discusses his research on pediatric cardiology and the impact CTSI has had on it.

  • Boston University Medical Campus

    CCR is a free, self-paced online training for community members interested in learning more about partnering with academic researchers. CCR was adapted from the Connecting Community to Research training developed by Boston University researchers and community partners with support from the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute.

  • University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

    This video covers why it is important to include older adults in research, with tips for including this often-overlooked population.

  • University of Iowa

    This is the first of five sessions Session 1: Overview of systematic literature reviews (SLR) and meta-analysis and key considerations when performing a SLR Session 2: Designing data abstraction forms and quality and bias assessment tools Session 3: Heterogeneity, pooling data – fixed vs. random effects, and publication bias Session 4: MOOSE and PRISMA criteria Session 5: Meta-Analysis of

  • University of Iowa

    This is the third of five sessions Session 1: Overview of systematic literature reviews (SLR) and meta-analysis and key considerations when performing a SLR Session 2: Designing data abstraction forms and quality and bias assessment tools Session 3: Heterogeneity, pooling data – fixed vs. random effects, and publication bias Session 4: MOOSE and PRISMA criteria Session 5: Meta-Analysis of

  • University of Iowa

    This is the second of 5 sessions Session 1: Overview of systematic literature reviews (SLR) and meta-analysis and key considerations when performing a SLR Session 2: Designing data abstraction forms and quality and bias assessment tools Session 3: Heterogeneity, pooling data – fixed vs. random effects, and publication bias Session 4: MOOSE and PRISMA criteria Session 5: Meta-Analysis of

  • Columbia University Health Sciences

    To learn of the creative springs of today's science, Dr. Rita Charon interviews leading scientists, for the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) Narratives of Discovery project. She draws on their thoughts, imagination and analytical minds to illuminate the interconnections among the modes of knowing, seeing, and telling in the medical sciences. The fifth article in the series is now published

  • The Older Veteran Engagement Team –An Example of the Value of Engaging Older Adults in Research is intended to complement the Community-Engaged Research (CEnR) with Diverse Older Adult module. This module provides a case example of the application of the 5Ts framework for inclusion of older adults in research and an equally illustrative case example of the application of the 5Ms framework in

  • University Of Southern California

    This 90-minute interactive workshop "Creating a Welcome Video for Your Research or Teaching" is co-hosted by the Southern California Clinical and Translational Science Institute (SC CTSI) Workforce Development Digital Scholar program and Education Resource Center. Facilitators will present tips for recording short videos that can serve as welcomes, or introductions, to one's research or teaching

  • University of Iowa

    This is the fourth in a series of five sessions. Session 1: Overview of systematic literature reviews (SLR) and meta-analysis and key considerations when performing a SLR Session 2: Designing data abstraction forms and quality and bias assessment tools Session 3: Heterogeneity, pooling data – fixed vs. random effects, and publication bias Session 4: MOOSE and PRISMA criteria Session 5: Meta

  • Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation

    On June 24, 2021 Tracy Hart, CEO of the OI Foundation, and Dr. Deborah Krakow, OIF Medical Advisory Council (MAC) member, discussed women's health and pregnancy research. This conversation is part of a series highlighting the work of the Brittle Bone Disorders Consortium (BBDC), a multi-center program that focuses on understanding and providing better treatment options for all types of

  • Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation

    On Wishbone Day, May 6, 2021, Cameron Penn, President of the OIF Board of Directors, interviewed Dr. Brendan Lee, Principal Investigator for the Brittle Bone Disease Consortium (BBDC). Their discussion covered the history of the BBDC, current OI research, and answered audience questions. This conversation is part of a series highlighting the work of the Brittle Bone Disorders Consortium (BBDC), a

  • University Of Southern California

    This 2-hour interactive workshop "Tips for Collecting High-Quality Qualitative Data" is based on a unique qualitative research support service offered by the Southern California Clinical and Translational Science Institute (SC CTSI) core group called Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Research Design (BERD) and provided by Dr. Rachel Ceasar. Workshop facilitators, including Dr. Ceasar, offer tips for

  • University of Virginia

    Electronic medical record (EMR) data is encoded in patient charts through the course of clinical care and subsequent patient billing. Coded data in the electronic records (such as information stored as ICD/CPT/LOINC/RxNorm codes) provide vast amounts of valuable patient data. However, effectively applying data science tools to EMR data requires understanding dataset limitations and avoiding common

  • Georgetown University
    Howard University

    Session recordings and slide presentations are now available from the 2021 REKS Summer Series Recording: Pathway to Decentralized Clinical Trials. The goal of this series is to discuss new developments in regulations affecting decentralized clinical trials. - Introduction to Decentralized Clinical Trials" featuring Nichelle Cobb (SMART IRB) - June 16th - Options for In-Home Clinical Trial Visits"

  • University Of Southern California

    This 60-minute interactive workshop "Engaging Techniques for Teaching Students & Scholars How to Read Scientific Papers" is based on a unique USC Keck School of Medicine course for undergraduates, grad students, and PhDs enrolled together and taught by Dr. Leonardo Morsut. Workshop facilitators, including Dr. Morsut, present common reasons why reading research can be so challenging (even for

  • Harvard Medical School

    Fundamentals & Applications of Clinical and Translational Research (FaCToR) offers an overview of the concepts of clinical/translational research through the dynamic and interactive medium of online learning. As a selected participant of this online course, you will learn about the spectrum of clinical and translational research from first-in-human studies to healthcare interventions implemented

  • University Of Southern California

    This 60-minute interactive workshop "Teaching, Training & Communicating with Those in Science Denial" is based on research by Drs. Gale Sinatra and Barbara Hofer recently published in their book Science Denial: Why It Happens and What To Do About It. Facilitators, including one of the book's authors, present the causes and effects of science denial and 3 strategies to improve our science messaging

  • University Of Southern California

    COVID-19 has thrown a wrench into research conduct, forcing hospitals and universities to transfer their research plans, data collection procedures, survey dissemination processes, and participant engagement methods quickly and nimbly to online venues. In addition, the state of research operations has changed dramatically due to the pandemic. This guide provides key considerations for ensuring

  • University Of Southern California

    This webinar is based on the article, "Busting Myths in Online Education: Faculty Examples from the Field." Facilitators, who are also some of the article's authors, present 3 common myths in online education and 6 related case studies from faculty who have busted those myths. Participants worked with colleagues in breakout groups to relate to the article by sharing other myths they held or heard

  • This module gives an overview of different gerontologized measures and resources.

  • A module on the research implications of aging, multimorbidity, polypharmacy, and inter-current health events.

  • This module describes the unique benefits of including older adults in clinical research.

  • Best practices for including older adults with cognitive impairments in clinical research.

  • The PATIENTS Program of University of Maryland outlines the core principles of Community-Engaged Research (CEnR) and how it can be applied to a diverse older adult population.

  • This session will focus on multiple chronic conditions as a dimension of intersectionality needed for inclusion of older adults in research.