The CTSI's Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Research Design (BERD) Program will be holding open consultation hours 3 days a week. These times are available to any faculty member who is seeking assistance with project ideas. Learn more about support services available from the BERD Program.
For questions, please contact Tamosia Lea at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join the Comparative Medicine Research Strategy Seminar Series. This bi-weekly series is held at Clarkson Campus in Conference Room 12. Kristofer Michalson, DVM, T32 Post-Doc Fellow in Comparative Medicine, will present.
For more information, please contact Tammy Fish at email@example.com or 336-716-1500.
Taking Your Presentation to Publication: How MedEdPORTAL can help your education scholarship and promotion
This talk is a part of a new lecture series, the Education Grand Rounds, which is intended to promote faculty development in medical education. The first of this year’s four lectures will be on Tuesday, September 26th from 12-1 PM in the Commons Conference Room.
This talk will feature several editorial board members of MedEdPORTAL from here at Wake who will review how to turn education work into scholarship and use this to aid in promotions and tenure. This talk is intended for new junior faculty, Assistant Professors who will be pursuing promotion to Associate, and Associate Professors who will be pursuing promotion to Professor, as well as others.
Lunch and CME credit is available for in-person participants who register. The registration deadline is quickly approaching and space is becoming limited, so please register and share with others by September 20th!
See the flyer or register by simply emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of the InterAC Forum is to serve as an inclusive forum to encourage team building across as broad a spectrum of the faculty as possible. The forum encourages networking and collaboration between our faculty, centers and core facilities. It is also a communication vehicle to let others know what is happening in the centers that could spur new research collaborations across the institution or with the Reynolda Campus. It is a place where those involved in centers can discuss issues that impact their research or operations.
FY 2017 Agenda Topics
The purpose of this class is to provide training on the subaward tool in order to grant access to participants to enter the information required to issue their subaward agreements/amendments. This will allow for more timely processing of participants subaward agreements/amendments.
Contact email@example.com in order to register for this class. The location of the class will be sent to participants once they have registered.
The purpose of the REDCap Advanced: Survey Functionality class is to introduce participants to all aspects of survey administration in REDCap. Class topics will include the Participant List, Automated Survey Invitations, and the Survey Queue. Participants will learn differences between the public survey link and personal survey invitations, how to designate an email field to use for survey invitations, and how to track survey responses using the Participant List. This is not an introductory course. Class attendees are expected to have a working knowledge of REDCap and be comfortable building databases and surveys prior to enrolling in this course.
The Study Coordinators Resource Forum (SCaRF) is back!
Thursday, September 28, 2017
10 am – 11 am
Commons Conference Rooms
(G floor, Nutrition Building)
SCaRF is an engaging forum, designed to bring together clinical research staff from around the Medical Center. During the meetings attendees will be able to network and learn from other study coordinators through open discussion, and hear from guest speakers who are experts in areas affecting the conduct of clinical trials at the institution.
The Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) is proud to sponsor SCaRF on the fourth Thursday of every month from 10 am - 11 am in the Commons Conference Rooms. We are excited for this relaunch and have lined up a number of guest speakers based on your feedback and requests from the recent SCaRF Interest Survey.
We hope to see you at the relaunch on September 28!
For more information contact Shepeara Hall firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come and Learn about Tableau!
Tableau is a software that can be utilized to help make your data more impactful. It is a way to present data in a visual appeasing manner. It allows you to engage your audience better than PowerPoint, Excel, and Access reports do and we have it available here at Wake Forest! Come learn about what Tableau is, how we have used it in CTSI to report data to our internal and external stakeholders, and how you can use it to help increase the impact and meaning of your personal dataset.
Bring your lunch and attend the CTSI Lunch & Learn on September 28th from Noon – 1 p.m. in Conference Room A, 1st floor Meads Hall. The speaker for this event is Brian Ostasiewski, one of our Senior Programmers here in CTSI.
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