CMI 2015 - 2017 Multi-Year Data Report Feedback Survey

Purpose

To gather feedback regarding the Hub CMI Multi-Year Data Report, in order to improve future reports.

Executive Summary

The Common Metrics Initiative (CMI) Multi-Year Report was released by the Center for Leading Innovation and Collaboration (CLIC) to hub-specific web pages on the CLIC website on February 28, 2019. Hubs were required to use a federated log in to access their individual reports. Of note, the previous hub report was sent via email.

The CMI Multi-Year Report included visualizations for Longitudinal and Year-to-Year Comparison data for each of the common metrics (Median IRB Review Duration, Pilot Funding Publications and Subsequent Funding, and Careers in Clinical and Translational Research – both TL1 and KL2) and the hub’s 2016 TTC plan. It also included: Featured Hub TTC Plans for each metric; suggestions for how hubs might use the report data; a description of the data cleaning process; the methodology used to generate the report; and the hub’s 2017 TTC plan. PowerPoint slides for each of the metric visualizations were provided to the hubs.

The Multi-Year Common Metrics Feedback Survey was sent on March 26, 2019 via email, to the principal investigators, evaluators and administrators at each hub throughout the consortium. Those receiving the survey were instructed that there was no limit to the number of surveys that their hubs could submit. The survey was closed on April 10, 2019 at midnight, Eastern Standard Time.

A total of 50 surveys were received from 44 unique hubs. This report includes the quantitative and qualitative results in their entirety.

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Instrument Fields
Order Instrument Field
1

Email/Contact Information

2

Hub Name

3

If your hub was not listed, please specify.

4

What is your primary role in the hub?

5

If your role was not listed, please specify.

6

Based on the Multi-Year Common Metric Hub Report, please indicate how useful the following visualization was: Median Number of Days to IRB Approval.

7

Based on the Multi-Year Common Metric Hub Report, please indicate how useful the following visualization was: Number of Pilot Research Projects Expending Funds since January 1, 2012.

8

Based on the Multi-Year Common Metric Hub Report, please indicate how useful the following visualization was: Cumulative Percent of Pilot Projects with Research Publication or (optional) Subsequent Awards.

9

Based on the Multi-Year Common Metric Hub Report, please indicate how useful the following visualization was: Total TL1 Graduates Currently Engaged in Clinical and Translational Research (Number and Percent).

10

Based on the Multi-Year Common Metric Hub Report, please indicate how useful the following visualization was: Percent of TL1 Graduates Currently Engaged in Clinical and Translational Research (URP and Women).

11

Based on the Multi-Year Common Metric Hub Report, please indicate how useful the following visualization was: Total KL2 Graduates Currently Engaged in Clinical and Translational Research (Number and Percent).

12

Based on the Multi-Year Common Metric Hub Report, please indicate how useful the following visualization was: Percent of KL2 Graduates Currently Engaged in Clinical and Translational Research (URP and Women).

13

Please provide your overall comments regarding the Longitudinal data.

14

Please indicate how useful the inter-hub comparisons of your hub to other hubs were for: 2016-2017 Change in Reported Median Number of Days to IRB Approval.

15

Please indicate how useful the inter-hub comparisons of your hub to other hubs were for: 2016-2017 Change in Reported Number of Pilot Research Projects Expending Funds since 2012.

16

Please indicate how useful the inter-hub comparisons of your hub to other hubs were for: 2016-2017 Change in Reported Percent of Pilot Projects with Research Publication or (optional) Subsequent Awards.

17

Please indicate how useful the inter-hub comparisons of your hub to other hubs were for: 2016-2017 Change in Reported Total TL1 Graduates Currently Engaged in Clinical and Translation Research (Number and Percent)

18

Please indicate how useful the inter-hub comparisons of your hub to other hubs were for: 2016-2017 Change in Reported Percent of TL1 Graduates Currently Engaged in Clinical and Translational Research (URP and Women)

19

Please indicate how useful the inter-hub comparisons of your hub to other hubs were for: 2016-2017 Change in Reported Total KL2 Graduates Currently Engaged in Clinical and Translational Research (Number and Percent)

20

Please indicate how useful the inter-hub comparisons of your hub to other hubs were for: 2016-2017 Change in Reported Percent of KL2 Graduates Currently Engaged in Clinical and Translational Research (URP and Women)


Submitted by Laura Hassinger on Fri, 02/28/2020 - 13:35