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Collaboration Planning for Writing a Competitive Team Science Proposal

Registration closes January 6, 2022

Date: January 20 & 27, 2022

Instructors: Multiple Course Type: Live Online
Nuts and Bolts of Meta-analysis

Practical guidance to perform meta-analysis.

Date: October 27th, 2021

Instructor: Ludovic Trinquart, PhD Course Type: Live Online
Using Machine Learning to Increase Equality in Healthcare and Public Health

Center for Quantitative Methods & Data Sciences Seminar Series

Date: December 15th, 2021

Instructor: Emma Pierson Course Type: Live Online
Archived Event: Training in Biomedical Data Science Series

View the archived recordings from this series from Summer 2021.

Instructors: Multiple Course Type: Archive Event
Medical Inference: A Primer on Critically Evaluating Medical Evidence

Need help in deciding whether a study finding is clinically important?

Instructor: H. Gilbert Welch, MD, MPH Course Type: Self-Paced Online
Best Practices for Chart Review Studies

Are you planning on conducting a retrospective chart review to answer a research question? Learn about the resources Tufts CTSI can provide to support your research.

Instructor: Multiple Course Type: Self-Paced Online
Translational Research Day

Find recordings, slides and other relevant materials from past Translational Research Days. New: recordings from Translational Research Day 2021

Speaker: Various Course Type: Archived Event
Getting Creative with Clinical Research

Interested in learning how to be more creative about patient recruitment strategies?

Instructors:Justin Jones, Danielle Frate Course Type: Self-Paced Online
Planning and Evaluation of Stakeholder Engagement in Research

How should you plan and evaluate stakeholder engagement in research?

Instructor:Thomas Concannon Course Type: Self-Paced Online
The Art and Science of Clinical Trial Feasibility with Industry Experts from BBK Worldwide

How do you assess the feasibility of your study's recruitment plan?

Instructors: Matt Kibby, Sarah Mandracchia Course Type: Self-Paced Online
Quality Improvement in the Real World - Aims Statement

Interested in using a SMART aim for Quality Improvement (QI) research?

Instructor:Denise Daudelin Course Type: Self-Paced Online
Spontaneous Animal Diseases in Translational Research

What can we learn from medical conditions experienced by both humans and animals?

Instructor:Lisa M. Freeman Course Type: Self-Paced Online
Clinical Research Staff Quarterly Training

Are you involved in study start-up activities or IRB submissions? Learn more about changes coming to the Tufts IRB.

 

Instructors: Christine Choy, Caitlin Farley Course Type: Archived Event
Spatial Epidemiological Analysis and Modeling of Opioid Decedent Data

How can data help us to better understand and respond to the opioid crisis?

Course Type: Archived Event
To everything there is a season: synchronization of infectious outbreaks

How can data help us to better understand and respond to the synchronization of infectious outbreaks?

Course Type: Archived Event
Strategies for Developing a Competitive Grant Proposal

What makes a successful grant proposal?

Instructor: Amy Gantt Course Type: Self-Paced Online
Strategies for Developing a Team Science Grant Proposal

How do you strategically build a strong grant proposal team?

Instructor: Amy Gantt, MA Course Type: Self-Paced Online
Expert Feedback on NIH Rigor and Transparency Guidelines

Do you have questions about a policy on scientific rigor and transparency?

Instructors: Amy Gantt, John Castellot Course Type: Self-Paced Online
Mixed Methods (2 of 4): Qualitative Research Process in Health Services Research

Are you interested in conducting qualitative research, but not sure where to begin?

Instructor: Justeen Hyde Course Type: Self-Paced Online
Mixed Methods (3 of 4): Designing a Mixed Methods Study

Want to know how to integrate quantitative and qualitative methods into your research?

Instructor: Thomas Mackie Course Type: Self-Paced Online
Writing Clearly and Concisely

Do you have trouble coming up with a short, clear description of your project or idea?

Instructor: Amy Gantt Course Type: Self-Paced Online
Mixed Methods (1 of 4): Introduction to Mixed Methods

Do you know what kinds of research questions are best suited for qualitative methods?

Instructors: Justeen Hyde; Thomas Mackie Course Type: Self-Paced Online
Mixed Methods (4 of 4): Applying Mixed Methods Effectively

How have researchers successfully used qualitative and quantitative methods?

Instructors: Justeen Hyde; Thomas Mackie Course Type: Self-Paced Online
Introduction to Survey Design

Need a survey for your research project?

Instructor: Susan Koch-Weser Course Type: Self-Paced Online
How to Work With Industry: Insights from Experts

How do you know if your research ideas are of interest to industry?

Instructors: Karen Freund, Gillian Black-Noller, and Other Course Type: Self-Paced Online
Methods for Prioritizing Comparative Effectiveness Research

What information is most needed by patients and providers to make informed health care decisions?

Instructors: Peter Neumann, Ethan Balk, Joshua Cohen Course Type: Self-Paced Online
Community-Engaged Participatory Research Partnerships

Looking for effective models of academic-community partnerships in translational research?

Instructor: Carolyn Rubin Course Type: Self-Paced Online
Biostatistics and Computation for Addiction Data Analysis

Looking for novel data analysis methods and tools for addiction research?

Instructors: Vivek Philip, Thomas Stopka Course Type: Self-Paced Online