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    Stanford Medicine’s Research Participation services has developed the Participant Engagement Platform (PEP) as a way of offering and managing “honest broker” outreach, such as Direct Email and Epic MyChart. The Research Participation team (honest broker) sends the study invitation to potential participants (identified via EHR cohort search) on behalf of the study team. Only when a potential

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    This presentation will help answer the question “Should you go online” and other things to consider when deciding if social media will be an option to add to your recruitment plan.

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    By the end of this presentation, viewers will be able to: 1. Define team science and differentiate team science research from more traditional forms 2. Identify how team science is promoted by the NIH 3. Explain the benefits and shortcomings of teams science research 4. Describe the risks associated with team science models and how to overcome them 5. Describe real-world examples of how team

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    Clinical research must be modernized. There are increasing demands to have more rapid innovation in order to develop novel treatments more quickly and cost effectively. The challenges that COVID add to the landscape of clinical trials also brings potential for new pathways of clinical trial innovation. Join this discussion to hear about the potential factors driving the decision to use an

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    We will provide an overview of the project aims and progress so far in building this collaborative set of tools to collect, analyze, share and act on participant feedback. We will describe how the project integrates with into local participant-centered initiatives at collaborating sites.

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    This webinar will provide an overview of the STELLAR prototype– an interactive web-based system to assess the learning needs of the clinical and translational research workforce, a Self-career Training, Education, Life-long Learning Advancement Resource.

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    Researchers planning COVID-19 trials with the Trial Innovation Network (TIN) can leverage the N3C to inform their research hypotheses. N3C focuses on aligning its infrastructure so that it can generate efficient and minimally biased results. Part of that infrastructure includes the curation of value sets and phenotype variables relevant to COVID-19, such as ventilator support, ICU use, and

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    Learn more about obtaining patient-center feedback from underrepresented groups to enhance your research project even in the times of COVID. The CES Team will highlight it’s transition to the use of Zoom technology, how to address issues of tech-equity and literacy, and share lessons learned for effectively facilitating group dialogue in a virtual forum.

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    This webinar presents scholarly research conducted by the Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development, Tufts University School of Medicine examining trends in protocol design practice and their impact on clinical trial performance and quality. In particular, the webinar will explore innovative approaches being used to leverage patient and study volunteer input and experience to modify protocol

  • Vasculitis Clinical Research Consortium

    Vasculitis refers to a group of rare diseases that involve inflammation of blood vessels, which disrupts blood flow and often causes damage to the body’s organs. The cause of most forms of vasculitis remains unknown, and treatments involve the use of strong medications that can have serious side effects. The Vasculitis Clinical Research Consortium (VCRC) is an international, multicenter clinical

  • Consortium of Eosinophilic Gastrointestinal Disease Researchers (CEGIR)

    Eosinophilic esophagitis, eosinophilic gastritis, eosinophilic gastroenteritis and eosinophilic colitis are disorders in which a type of immune cells (called eosinophils) build up in the digestive tract, causing tissue damage to the esophagus, stomach or colon. These disorders are painful and lifelong, and they make it hard or impossible for people to eat many or all foods. The Consortium of

  • Congenital and Perinatal Infections Rare Diseases Clinical Research Consortium (CPIC)

    The Congenital and Perinatal Infections Consortium is focused on reducing the morbidity and mortality of rare viral infections such as congenital cytomegalovirus (CMV) disease, neonatal herpes simplex virus (HSV) infection, and neonatal viral sepsis caused by enteroviruses (EVs) and the related human parechoviruses (HPeVs). These infections have been grouped together because of their pathogenic

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    Implementing your research project within an Electronic Health Record (EHR) system is an exciting but complex endeavor that requires specialized tools and approaches. This talk will unpack what dedicated teams of informaticians have pioneered over the past decade. It will help the researcher understand a path forward for their research protocols. The talk addresses key differences between

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    The NIA staff will discuss some of the limitations with inclusion of diverse populations observed in clinical research and trials, the role federal science policy is playing in remedying the limitations and promoting more broad and consistent inclusion of communities of color in developing new strategies implemented to enhance inclusion among older persons of color. The NIA team will provide an

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    At the Vanderbilt Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (VICTR), led by Gordon Bernard, MD, and Consuelo Wilkins, MD, MSCI, we are leading local and national efforts to address urgent and emerging COVID-19 research needs. Nationally, the global pandemic has showcased the ability of the CTSA Hubs to adapt with speed and precision, particularly in the area of informatic and data

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    INTRODUCTION Under-representation in health-related research is one of a multitude of factors that contribute to health disparities experienced by African American and Latinx communities, and has been brought to the forefront in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. Barriers to research participation stem from historical social injustices, are multi-faceted and include factors specific to the

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    Trials Today, a tool from ResearchMatch and Vanderbilt University, offers prospective research participants a quick way to search the thousands of studies available on ClinicalTrials.gov. By answering a few short questions, Trials Today can help find a list of studies that may interest a prospective participant. The Spanish version of Trials Today is now also live.

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    This course aims to teach people how to enhance the recruitment of racial and ethnic minorities in clinical trials. Key topics include the importance of diversity in clinical trials, barriers and facilitators to participation in clinical research, community engagement, effective communication, educating about clinical trials, provider outreach, effective prescreening and enrollment, person
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    The Meharry-Vanderbilt Community Engaged Research Core (CERC) at the Vanderbilt Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (VICTR) works to bring together academic researchers and community members to improve community health and healthcare through community-engaged research. The Community Engagement (CE) Studio is one of the unique services developed by CERC to further this mission. The CE
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    This webinar will provide an updated overview of Trials Today – an online tool that helps potential participants find studies that are of interest to them and their health condition. Trials Today is a quick and easy way to search the thousands of studies in ClinicalTrials.gov that are recruiting participants.

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    A collaborative research model was developed and tested to enable regional healthcare systems to join multisite clinical trials emanating from the Clinical and Translational Science Award(CTSA) Trial Innovation Network (TIN) by the Institute of Translational Health Sciences at the University of Washington and the Northwest Participant and Clinical Interactions(NW PCI) Network. The NW PCI is a

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    Researchers are increasingly using Facebook to recruit prospective participants in research studies. Due to the limited guidelines and regulations regarding the use of social media, institutions and sponsors struggle with the timely and effective evaluation of social media protocols. To harness the potential of social media and to ethically and effectively recruit participants into research

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    The All of Us Research Program aims to accelerate health research and medical breakthroughs, enabling individualized prevention, treatment, and care by providing researchers access to one of the largest biomedical datasets of its kind. During this session, we will introduce you to the All of Us Researcher Workbench and show how researchers use this platform to access and analyze All of Us data. We

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    What we have learned to optimize recruitment messaging, REDCap survey options, and strategies when using ResearchMatch will be discussed.

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    This webinar will provide a brief overview of REDCap’s eConsent functionality along with considerations about Part-11 validation. Special emphasis will also be place on 2-part consenting and multi-site trials. Resources will be provided where teams can get more information and begin to build out their own consents. Presenters: Paul Harris, PhD & Colleen Lawrence, PhD This presentation was

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    Recruitment goals and timelines is a consistent challenge. This session will provide practical guidance and tips to develop effective recruitment plans, track and measure success, and create eye-catching recruitment materials.

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    Unlike other tools designed for IT professionals, Criteria2Query is an open source software to be used directly by clinical research coordinators or clinical trial designers to facilitate study feasibility analysis and cohort identification. Coordinators can input clinical trial eligibility criteria in English, which will be coded and used to formulate cohort queries automatically. Coordinators

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    I will overview methods for validation of surrogate endpoints, and apply these methods for clinical trials of chronic kidney disease. I’ll then show how models that relate treatment effects on clinical endpoints to treatment effects on surrogate endpoints based on past clinical trials can be applied to improve the design and interpretation of newly conducted clinical trials which measure surrogate

  • Using the REDCap software platform, a team of researchers led from Vanderbilt University Medical Center have developed a new framework for electronic consent in clinical trials that’s designed to address both issues of transparency, efficiency and compliance while also improving participant recruitment and retention of under-represented minority groups. According to a preproof article for the