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Health Experiences Research Virtual Training May 12th-14th Are you interested in bringing patient stories into your research, using rigorous, team-based, qualitative methods? The Health Experience Research Network (HERN) brings patients’ voices to American health care. HERN uses the specific qualitative research methodology Database of Individual Patient Experience (DIPEx) developed by Oxford
Dystonia syndromes are disorders that cause certain regions of the body to have uncontrollable movements, including twisting, spasms, repetitive shaking, or jerking. The most common dystonia disorders affect the head and neck, eyelids, vocal cords, hands, forearms, and sometimes the entire body. The overall goal of the Dystonia Coalition is to accelerate progress in dystonia research. Specific
The Brain Vascular Malformation Consortium (BVMC) focuses on three rare brain conditions: familial cerebral cavernous malformation (CCM), Sturge-Weber syndrome (SWS), and hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia (HHT). These disorders are poorly understood, costly to manage, and can cause serious complications such as hemorrhages, seizures, and problems with spinal cord, nerve or brain function. Over
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Objective: The SARS-COV-2 pandemic resulted in a shutdown of most in-person clinical research as social quarantine measures were implemented. To inform start up procedures for research related to substance use disorders (SUD) we held a Roundtable event with clinicians who remained in practice during the quarantine. The Roundtable aimed to bring perspectives from multiple specialties on how
The Consortium of Rural States (CORES) was formed to facilitate collaborative and disciplined efforts that will produce new opportunities for advancing translational research. The Collaborative comprises Arkansas, Kansas, New Mexico and Utah, states that share common health care challenges, including significant rural populations. Each state is served by a single Clinical and Translational
- The mission of the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center Clinical and Translational Science Center (CTSC) is to support high quality collaborative translational science locally, regionally and nationally; foster scientific and operational innovation to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of clinical translational research; and create, provide and disseminate domain-specific translational science training and workforce development.
Our vision is to catalyze scientific discovery into improved health by enabling high quality clinical and translational research (CTR)—locally, regionally and nationally.