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    What is the real-world impact of our network? That is a question the Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program has been trying to answer since its inception. Over the past four years, the Center for Leading Innovation and Collaboration has pitched in on that effort, knitting together several tried and trusted evaluation methods to develop a new Stakeholder-Engaged Research Impact

  • In a new study, the Evaluation and Continuous Improvement (ECI) team of the Georgia CTSA evaluated publications characterized as Big Splashes with immediate impact and publications with Ripple Effects over time, to understand how Georgia CTSA-supported research is ‘making waves’ that can accelerate translation. Previous systematic evaluations of the Georgia CTSA’s publication portfolio revealed a

  • The Georgia CTSA Evaluation and Continuous Improvement (ECI) program recently completed a study providing greater insight into the range and depth of short-term influence and long-term impact made by a portfolio of 250 Georgia CTSA-supported pediatric publications. This evaluation of Georgia CTSA’s pediatric research output found a body of work that is highly impactful compared to similar work by