• Crafting and Delivering Your Elevator Pitch. Two people exiting an elevator.
    University Of Washington
    DESCRIPTION Many people know that an elevator pitch is important but may not know how to create one or the myriad of situations in which one can be used. Also, the delivery of the pitch is just as important as the content (sometimes even more so)! In this session participants will learn why they should have an elevator pitch and how to tailor it to various situations and goals. The workshop will
  • University Of Colorado Denver
    Background: The University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus (CU-Anschutz) is a complex research environment comprised of three hospitals and multiple University research entities, including Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CCTSI; CTSA. CU-AMC has over $600M in research grants and over 4,000 clinical research protocols and trials. COVID-19 suspended almost all clinical
  • In a recent article in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science (JCTS), a Medical University of South Carolina team describes an internship in the College of Graduate Studies (CGS) that aims to build lay communication skills in scientists in training. The internship is a collaboration between the CGS, the Office of Communications and Marketing, and the South Carolina Clinical and
  • Tufts University Boston

    Learn how to make your research patient-centered, and find out how engagement fits into your research process at Preparing for Patient-Centered and Stakeholder-Engaged Research. Thomas Concannon, PhD, Tufts CTSI’s Co-Director of Stakeholder and Community Engagement, will share his expertise and explain several models for engaging with stakeholders.

  • Tufts University Boston

    This lecture provides researchers with practical guidance for carrying out and evaluating multi-stakeholder engaged research projects. The material presented can assist researchers to consider more systematically which stakeholder groups to involve, in what study roles, and by what modes of engagement. By documenting how stakeholders are paired up with specific roles, the matrix also provides a

  • Tufts University Boston

    The goal of medicine and research should be that “all patients, of all backgrounds, get the care they need when they interface with our health care system” (Joyce Sackey, MD, Tufts University Associate Provost and Chief Diversity Officer). Are we doing enough to reach this goal?

  • Nationwide Children's Hospital

    Tracy Mehan talks about changing the way we talk about research and accessibility

  • University Of Southern California

    This toolkit is intended to be a resource for researchers, health care providers and the community who are interested in conducting community-engaged research. This community partnership toolkit outlines the process and approach needed during every phase of a project (e.g. relationship building, proposal development, project execution and dissemination).

  • University Of Southern California

    The D.K. Kim International Center for Regulatory Science, in conjunction with the Southern California Clinical and Translational Science Institute and the Greater Los Angeles Clinical and Translational Sciences Awards Consortium, hosts boot camps on current regulatory science topics regarding clinical trials. Boot camps are designed to address the needs of the clinical research team members, but

  • The Ohio State University

    This is a talk on managing communication and conflict resolution

  • University Of Florida

    The Department of Epidemiology at the University of Florida (UF) aims to raise awareness regarding Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and to increase screening for cognitive impairment among older adults. We are focusing attention on providing additional medical education to healthcare professionals through a free, one-hour continuing medical education (CME) course. You are invited to join our online CME

  • University Of Southern California

    The use of digital practices and approaches can potentially increase the quality and efficiency of all phases of the traditional clinical translational research process.This program helps research professionals and students who are involved in the health sciences to develop competency in digital research practices and approaches. The events and training resources introduce health researchers at

  • University Of Southern California

    More and more, grant proposals are requesting researchers to ensure that they have worked with or plan to integrate the community into their research proposal. One approach to this is to develop a community advisory board (CAB) who can provide feedback into all aspects of your research study including: 1) developing research questions; 2) developing recruitment plans; 3) reviewing study

  • University Of Southern California

    In this video, an SC CTSI specialist introduces the basic characteristics of community-engaged research and the rationale for this research approach, including the development of health solutions among groups that have historically been underrepresented in medical study. Clinical and translational investigators learn the ways in which community-engaged research differs from traditional research

  • Webinar series trains aspiring clinical and translational researchers in communications, leadership, and mentoring. “There’s no denying we are in unusual times. It’s our duty as educators and facilitators to continue providing educational resources during the challenging circumstances we are facing,” said Elliott Antman, MD, who serves as the director of Harvard Catalyst’s Postgraduate Education
  • Center for Data to Health

    Guidance for partners and collaborators to communicate about N3C to internal and external audiences. This document contains approved messaging from NCATS to assist with press releases and other outreach efforts.

  • Harvard Medical School
    Harvard's recent series, “Building a Successful C/T Research Career,” invited participants this past April through May to learn from leading Harvard faculty and community members the foundational skills to build a successful career in clinical and translational (c/t) research. These include, among others, communication, leadership, and mentoring. Incorporating content from popular in-person
  • Pennsylvania State Univ Hershey Med Ctr

    The coronavirus pandemic is fundamentally changing the way many organizations operate for the foreseeable future. Remote work is a new reality. How can leaders create an excellent remote culture? What are the best practices for virtual meetings? Susan Mohammed, Ph.D., Penn State Clinical and Translational Science Institute's team science expert, discusses these topics and more.

  • To elicit feedback regarding the utilization of current communication tactics in order to guide CLIC communication strategies.

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    Vanderbilt University Medical Center
    Please join us for a discussion with the South Carolina Clinical & Translational Research Institute (SCTR) Administrative and Program Management Team regarding effective strategies for leveraging coordinated CTSA Program Management to meet the demands of a busy small CTSA Hub. SCTR’s Administrative and Program Management structure and communication strategy enable identification of cross-program
  • The purpose of this document is to clarify the different avenues for sharing, submitting and amplifying CTSA Program-related communications by both NCATS and CLIC.

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  • The Senior Communications and Outreach Specialist of Wright Center for Clinical & Translational Research provides planning, developing and executing a comprehensive outreach and engagement strategy that support the research mission, visibility and goals of the Wright Center. This position includes all aspects of investigator outreach, communication, and engagement; and promotes the work and