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Administrators Group The Administrators serve as key points of contact between program leadership and directors, and NCATS personnel. This group focuses on best practices and issues related to the efficient conduct of the CTSA Program
Assessment of CTSA Institutions Strategies for Engaging Community Partners The work of this WG will, through a literature review and survey of CTSA Program community engagement core staff, document the barriers and facilitators of community engaged research.
Best Practices for Mentoring and Supporting TL1 and KL2
Clinical Research Training for Investigators
Collaboration & Engagement Enterprise Committee Focuses on engaging stakeholder communities and enabling team science
Communicators Group

The Communicators focus on effectively communicating about the efforts of the hubs, and about translational science and its societal value

Community Member Compensation The purpose of this Working Group was to develop guidelines for appropriate financial compensation for community stakeholders who participate in DTFs and/or DTF Workgroups.
CTSA Program Webinar The CTSA Program Group page contains all information related to the CTSA Program Webinar, which is a monthly meeting between the CTSA Program members and NCATS Leadership
Designing and Analyzing Clinical Trials for Personalized Medicine
Developing Measures for Assessing and Improving Collaborations The reports generated by this group provide an overview of the state of the science regarding measurement of both quality/process and outcomes to help translational researchers choose measures to assess the functioning and productivity of teams.
Developing Translational Science Team Competencies
Dissemination, Implementation (D&I) and Knowledge Transfer The Dissemination & Implementation (D&I) Workgroup is conducting activities to increase awareness of the critical importance of D&I science to the translational science process.
Early Life Exposures
EMR-based Research Recruitment