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Clinical Mentoring Toolkit

Clinical mentoring is a vital component of a comprehensive clinical training program, helping to bridge the gap between new skills, knowledge, and attitudes obtained in the classroom, and effective application of these in the health care setting. This clinical mentoring toolkit is a comprehensive

CTSpedia: A Knowledge Base for Clinical and Translational Research

CTSpedia was created as a national effort to collect wisdom, tools, educational materials, and other items useful for clinical and translational researchers and to provide timely and useful advice to clinical and translational researchers with specific problems. About the CTSpedia Project CTSpedia
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Mentor Training Program (MTP)

The CTSI MTP has created an integrated environment for senior mentors and mentors-in-training, encouraging creative and innovative networking, discussing a range of mentoring challenges and a myriad of solutions, developing a toolbox of strategies, and using discussions and collective experiences to


Associate Director, HRPP

Job Summary The Associate Director provides key leadership to the Human Research Protection Program (HRPP) and manages the activities of IRB Coordinators. The HRPP Associate Director must collaborate with key research support units such as the Clinical Translational Science Institute (CTSI), Cancer

BIOS and Catalyst Programs: Accelerating UCSF Research to Improve Health

BIOS and Catalyst Programs: Accelerating UCSF Research to Improve Health

Both Biospecimen Precision Medicine Research (BIOS) Program and Catalyst Program, the current UCSF Clinical and Translational Science Institute’s (CTSI) optional cores, provide much needed services and infrastructure to conduct clinical translational research. The BIOS Program has developed a