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CT Research Studio: Incubator Program (Research Studio Consult Program). Directors Jane EB Reusch, MD and David West, PhD. Specific Aims:. To Develop a Clinical Translational Research Consult program based upon the Vanderbilt Clinical and Translational Research Studios Program

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Ct research studio incubator program research studio consult program

CT Research Studio: Incubator Program(Research Studio Consult Program)

Directors

Jane EB Reusch, MD and David West, PhD


Specific aims

Specific Aims:

  • To Develop a Clinical Translational Research Consult program based upon the Vanderbilt Clinical and Translational Research Studios Program

  • Concept: A multidisciplinary internal scientific “consult “ service which will provide free, structured, project-specific feedback for medical researchers.


Focused support at the appropriate stage of research

Focused Support At the Appropriate Stage of Research

  • Maximizing the amount and rigor of information a project generates

  • Facilitate translation into publication, practice, and policy

Remove Barriers Associated With:

  • Research Workforce Limitations

  • Research Operations Complexity

  • Organizational Silos (Califf 2010)


Ct research studio incubator program research studio consult program

CTSA Administrative support (website, logistics, financial management)


Approach overview

Approach: Overview

Establish Organizational Structure

Outreach and Promotion

Develop Website

Referrals from Pilot, ETCD, Departments..

Strategic outreach to campus and Affiliates

Endorsement of CCTSI and AHC leadership

Studio Request

Panel Development and Logistics

Studio sessions

Evaluation using Rapid Change QI


Approach

Approach

Web-based Consult Request

Studio Consult Categories:

  • hypothesis generation

  • study design

  • grant review

  • implementation

  • analysis

  • interpretation

  • manuscript review

  • translation


Approach1

Approach

Panel Development and Logistics

  • Director and Manager Collaboration

  • Endorsement by senior leadership

  • Recognition for this service (stipend/promotion)

  • Expectations of Panelists and moderator

  • Moderator training and coaching

    Studio sessions-Face to Face *

  • 90 Minutes

  • Initial format based on Vanderbilt


Metrics evaluation

Metrics: Evaluation

  • Consult number

  • Scientist satisfaction

  • Consultant satisfaction

  • Time from consult to studio session/summary report

  • Changes in research network (pre-post)

    • Profiles network

    • Use of CCTSI infrastru8cture

    • Development of collaborations

  • Traditional l Metrics

    • Publication and grants citing this CCTSI resource


National ctsa consortium involvement

National CTSA Consortium Involvement

  • No formal involvement on this program

  • Based on varied success of this format across CTSA’s would recommend joining with the Vanderbilt group to develop a startegy for cross CTSA deployment

  • Reusch: CTSA-VA SIG (Team lead on Career Development); Prior ACRT Board and 2012-2013 Mentoring Chair


Response to eac critiques

Response to EAC Critiques

  • N/A


Questions for eac justification

Questions for EAC: Justification

  • New Program using resources and being established at the time of major decline in NIH funding of our site.

    • Which aspects of our evaluation plan are most important to overall CTSA impact?

    • Based on success and lack of success across the country do you have “lessons learned “ for us to build on?

    • Are the major “holes” basing program so directly on the Vanderbilt model?

      • Lack of combined graduate/undergraduate campus

      • Unique affiliate attributes

  • Discussion of intangible benefits basic/clinical interaction and CTSA outreach


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