Workshops for Researchers

Spring 2018:  January | February | March | April | May | JuneAnytime, Anywhere

JANUARY 2018:

Systematic Reviews: Nuts and Bolts of a Systematic Review

This class will provide a framework for developing a literature search for a systematic review. Topics will include the following: standards and criteria to consider, establishing a plan, registering a protocol, developing a research question, determining where to search, identifying search terms, reporting search strategies, and managing references.

NOTE: We suggest that “Nuts and Bolts of a Systematic Review” be taken before “Literature Searching for a Systematic Review.”

Tuesday, January 6  |  10:00-11:00am  |  West Information Commons, Hardin Library  |  Pre-registration is requested.


Faculty Workshop:  Writing for Publication

A clear and reasoned presentation of ideas is critical to the success of a scientific manuscript. This seminar examines the structures and positions of emphasis in the sentence, paragraph, and sections of the formal study to help authors authorize their claims. Addresses how to deconstruct an article and use it as a guide to inform manuscripts for submission. Includes a test of reasoning that authors can apply to the articles they read and the papers they write. 

The session also addresses how authors can use writing as a tool for thinking, as well as how to implement a systematic approach to the writing process to improve the content and presentation of data and ideas. Includes suggestions about how to address the needs of the reviewers, editors, and readers of a journal to maximize your chances of publication.

Tuesday, January 16  |  12:00-12:50pm  |  Melrose Conference Room #3, UIHC  |  Pre-registration is requested via email to Jamie Holmes


ORCID: Open Researcher and Contributor ID (Now recommended by the NIH)

What is ORCID? Why would you want one?  This session will discuss ORCID, how researchers can benefit from having one, and how ORCID connects with other information systems. This will also be a hands-on workshop where everyone will have the chance to create their own ORCID and learn the most efficient ways to populate their profile with publications.

Tuesday, January 16  |  2:00-3:00pm  |  East Information Commons, Hardin Library  |  Pre-registration is requested.


Faculty Workshop: Writing Grant Applications

This course reviews the principles of good grant writing to produce clear, direct, and compelling proposals. Focuses on understanding the psychology of reviewers and the review process, how to engage readers and facilitate understanding, and how to manage the proposal writing process. Suggests proposal templates. Includes exercises related to specific elements of a proposal, particularly the Specific Aims page.

Provides specific direction on how to best organize and format NIH applications for reader accessibility and impact, including information on

  • Assessing an institute or grantor’s priorities
  • Emphasizing the significance, innovation, and health-relatedness of your project
  • Facilitating reader accessibility
  • Taking advantage of the natural positions of emphasis in the sentence and paragraph
  • Designing and integrating clear and purposeful tables and figures
  • Using subheadings, numbering systems, and figure legends effectively
  • “Telling the story” and using other journalistic conventions
  • “Selling” the idea in an objective way in order to establish and maintain scientific integrity
  • Networking with colleagues, collaborators, consultants, mentors, and NIH program officers and scientific review administrators to maximize your chances of obtaining meaningful feedback and ultimate funding 

Wednesday, January 17  |  12:00-12:50pm  |  Melrose Conference Room #3, UIHC  |  Pre-registration is requested via email to Jamie Holmes


Faculty Workshop: Speaking for Success

This course reviews how adults learn as a means to examine the effective delivery techniques you can use to engage scientific and clinical peer audiences. Provides practical information on how to deliver powerful oral presentations in the classroom, the conference room, the auditorium, and at the regional or national meeting, as well as in poster sessions and during informal conversations with colleagues and potential collaborators.

Includes a discussion of voice, inflection, body language, techniques to stimulate interest and involvement, and strategies to help facilitate audience recall of the message. Addresses how to prepare for a presentation, how to manage anxiety, and how to design and use visual aids effectively, as well as how to network to enhance your career development. 

Friday, January 19  |  12:00-12:50pm  |  Melrose Conference Room #3, UIHC  |  Pre-registration is requested via email to Jamie Holmes.


Faculty Workshop:  Powerful Posters

This course demonstrates the most effective ways to format and present information in a poster. Stresses the options that authors have to emphasize the visual presentation—conceptual models, decision trees, timelines, figures, tables, graphs, images—of their information and ideas. Provides direction on developing headings, formatting text, choosing colors, and adjusting the overall layout so that it engages viewers.

The session also addresses ways to facilitate discussion at the poster session itself and how to prepare and deliver a 1-minute overview of a study or program. 

Tuesday, January 23  |  12:00-12:50pm  |  Melrose Conference Room #3, UIHC  |  Pre-registration is requested via email to Jamie Holmes.


Scholarly Impact: H-index, Impact Factor, and Eigenfactor

This class will teach participants how to use tools such as Ulrich’s, Journal Citation Reports, Web of Science, and Scopus to determine the impact that journals, articles, and authors have had on a particular field. Topics such as impact factors, Eigenfactors, and H-indices will also be discussed.

Tuesday, January 23  |  2:00-3:00pm  |  East Information Commons, Hardin Library  |  Pre-registration is requested.


EndNote (Desktop Version)

EndNote is a reference management tool that helps you to easily gather together your references in one place, organize them, and then insert them into papers and format them in a style of your choosing. This session will walk you through the basic of using EndNote to collect and format your citations. The class will be hands-on and there will be time for questions at the end. 

Thursday, January 25  |  10:00-11:00am  |  East Information Commons, Hardin Library  |  Pre-registration is requested.


Health Sciences Mobile Resources

Take a tour of some new (and some well-established) apps for your mobile device or smart phone! At this informal workshop, you'll not only be shown a variety of tools for both academic and clinical use but also invited to share your own examples and experiences. If you don't have a mobile device, don't worry: The only necessary smart device is you!

Tuesday, January 30  |  10:00-11:00am  |  East Information Commons, Hardin Library  |  Pre-registration is requested.

 

FEBRUARY 2018:

Determining Routing Costs in a Clinical Trial

Presented by Bridget Adams, BA, CCRC, Compliance Specialist in the Joint Office for Compliance

Thursday, February 1  |  12:00-1:00pm  |  C44-A GH  |  Questions should be directed to Dori Hinson.


Systematic Reviews: Literature Searching for a Systematic Review

This class will focus on tips and techniques for carrying out a successful literature search in support of a systematic review. Topics will include techniques for developing search strategies, deciding which databases to search and how to seek out grey literature for a given topic. There will also be discussion on selecting journals for hand searching, documenting search strategies, and saving and organizing references.

NOTE: We suggest that “Nuts and Bolts of a Systematic Review” be taken before “Literature Searching for a Systematic Review.”

Tuesday, February 6  |  10:00-11:00am  |  West Information Commons, Hardin Library  |  Pre-registration is requested.


How to Complete a HawkIRB New Project Application: Part 1

  • Overview of HawkIRB system and IRB review process
  • Sections I-VI of the form

​Tuesday, February 6  |  1:00-2:30pm  |  East Information Commons, Hardin Library  |  Pre-registration is requested.  Contact Brenton Collinsworth with questions.

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Introduction to SPSS

The Statistics Outreach Center (SOC), a service center funded by the Iowa Measurement Research Foundation in the College of Education, is offering statistical software training.  These courses are free and open to all faculty, staff and students at the University of Iowa. No reservations are required. For more information, please visit the SOC website.  

Tuesday, February 6  |  6:00-8:00pm  |  N166 LCC  |  Contact the SOC with questions.

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Understanding the Benefits and Challenges of Working with Industry/Research Institutions

  • Understanding the different types of university-industry engagements
  • Scenarios for successful partnerships
  • Overcoming common obstacles
    • Time
    • Negotiated agreements
    • Confidentiality
    • Classified work
    • Project length
  • More information

Wednesday, February 7  |  12:00-1:15pm CST  |  345 IMU 

This webinar is sponsored by the Office of Research and Economic Development.

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Lunch for New Faculty: Running a Compliant Research Program

All faculty are invited to join the Office of Research & Economic Development for this lunch series to learn about applying for internal and external funding, running a successful and compliant research program, and navigating intellectual property and licensing at the University of Iowa.

Wednesday, February 7  |  11:30-1:00pm  |  1289 CBRB (Kelch Conference Room)  |  Pre-registration is requested. Questions should be directed to Leslie Revaux

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PubMed

PubMed is the National Library of Medicine's index to the medical literature and includes over 26 million bibliographic citations in life sciences. This one-hour session will show you how to improve your search results by using subject headings (MeSH) and advanced keyword searching techniques.

Thursday, February 8  |  10:00-11:00am  |  East Information Commons, Hardin Library  |  Pre-registration is requested.


How to Complete a HawkIRB New Project Application: Part 2

  • Sections VII-XII of the form
  • Attachments
  • Workflow

Monday, February 12  |  10:00-11:30am  |  East Information Commons, Hardin Library   |  Pre-registration is requested. Contact Brenton Collinsworth with questions.

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EndNote Basic (Online Version)

EndNote Basic is a web-based citation management software that is freely available to all UI affiliates. It allows you to import, organize and format citations for papers, articles, etc. EndNote Basic is not the same as the desktop software, Endnote.

Wednesday, February 14  |  3:00-4:00pm  |  East Information Commons, Hardin Library  |  Pre-registration is requested. 


Introduction to R

The Statistics Outreach Center (SOC), a service center funded by the Iowa Measurement Research Foundation in the College of Education, is offering statistical software training.  These courses are free and open to all faculty, staff and students at the University of Iowa. No reservations are required. For more information, please visit the SOC website

Tuesday, February 20  |  6:00-8:00pm  |  N166 LC  |  Contact the SOC with questions.

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Managing Expectations and Creating Long-Term Relationships (with Industry/Research Institutions)

  • Six key questions to prepare for industry engagement
  • Working with experienced and first-time industry sponsors
  • Key points to consider when discussing a specific project
  • More information

Wednesday, February 21  |  12:00-1:15pm CST  |  345 IMU

This webinar is sponsored by the Office of Research and Economic Development.

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Keeping Current by Using RSS Feeds and Auto-Alerts

Want to know as soon as an exciting new article is published? Tired of skimming the websites or paper copies of multiple journals to see what is in the new issue? This hands-on session will show you how to create a single destination for information from your favorite journals, databases, websites and blogs using RSS feeds and auto-alerts.

Thursday, February 22  |  9:00-10:00am  |  East Information Commons, Hardin Library  |  Pre-registration is requested. 


How to Complete HawkIRB Modifications, Continuing Reviews, Reportable Event Forms (REFs), and Closing a Project

Overview of forms that may need to be submitted to the IRB after approval of  a study:

  • Continuing Review Form
  • Modification Form
  • Reportable Event Form
  • Project Closure Form
  • Orientation to HawkIRB Workflow

Note: It is recommended to attend the New Project session before attending this session.

Thursday, February 22  |  9:30-11:00am  |  HP Smith Conference Room (W256 GH), UIHC  |  Pre-registration is requested.  Contact Brenton Collinsworth with questions.

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EndNote (Desktop Version)

EndNote is a reference management tool that helps you to easily gather together your references in one place, organize them, and then insert them into papers and format them in a style of your choosing. This session will walk you through the basic of using EndNote to collect and format your citations. The class will be hands-on and there will be time for questions at the end. 

Monday, February 26  |  1:00-2:00pm  |  East Information Commons, Hardin Library  |  Pre-registration is requested. 


Intellectual Property and Copyright Discussion

University of Iowa's Deputy General Counsel, Gay Pelzer, will discuss the university's Intellectual Property and Copyright Policy, as it relates to research and publishing. Special consideration will be given to such issues as author rights and fair use.

Tuesday, February 27  |  11:00-12:00pm  |  University of Iowa Main Library, Conf Rm 2032  |  Questions should be directed to Mahrya Carncross

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Scopus & Web of Science

Both databases are multidisciplinary and allow you to measure scholarly impact. This hands-on session will demonstrate:

  1. how to quickly find the articles you need for you research or systematic review in each database
  2. how to track an article’s cited and citing references in each database
  3. how to find journal Impact Factors using the Journal Citation Index in Web of Science
  4. how to determine an author’s H-index using Scopus.

Tuesday, February 27  |  11:00-12:00pm  |  East Information Commons, Hardin Library  |  Pre-registration is requested.


Introduction to SAS

The Statistics Outreach Center (SOC), a service center funded by the Iowa Measurement Research Foundation in the College of Education, is offering statistical software training.  These courses are free and open to all faculty, staff and students at the University of Iowa. No reservations are required. For more information, please visit the SOC website

Tuesday, February 27  |  6:00-8:00pm  |  N166 LC  |  Contact the SOC with questions.

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Lunch for New Faculty: Intellectual Property, Licensing, and New Ventures

All faculty are invited to join the Office of Research & Economic Development for this lunch series to learn about applying for internal and external funding, running a successful and compliant research program, and navigating intellectual property and licensing at the University of Iowa.

Wednesday, February 28  |  11:30-1:00pm  |  2520D UCC  |  Pre-registration is requested. Questions should be directed to Leslie Revaux.

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MARCH 2018:

Protocol Deviations/Violations: How to Document and When to Report to the IRB

Presented by Kelly O'Brien, BS, CIP, IRB Education & Outreach Manager

Thursday, March 1  |  12:00-1:00pm  |  C44-A GH  |  Questions should be directed to Dori Hinson.


How to Complete a HawkIRB New Project Application: Part 1

  • Overview of HawkIRB system and IRB review process
  • Sections I-VI of the form

Monday, March 5  |  1:30-3:00pm  |  East Information Commons, Hardin Library  |  Pre-registration is requested. Contact Brenton Collinsworth with questions.

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PubMed

PubMed is the National Library of Medicine's index to the medical literature and includes over 26 million bibliographic citations in life sciences. This one-hour session will show you how to improve your search results by using subject headings (MeSH) and advanced keyword searching techniques.

Tuesday, March 6  |  2:00-3:00pm  |  East Information Commons, Hardin Library  |  Pre-registration is requested.


Establishing Contacts with Industry and Research Institutions and Dealing with Confidential/Proprietary Information

  • How to connect with the right person within the industry
    • Utilizing university resources
    • Maximizing internal networks
    • Participating in professional networks
  • Personal strategies to employ when networking
  • More information

Wednesday, March 7  |  12:00-1:15pm CST  |  345 IMU

This webinar is sponsored by the Office of Research and Economic Development.

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​NCBI: Searching for Gene, Nucleotide Sequences & Protein Information

Overwhelmed by the number of databases that the National Center for Biotechnology Information has to offer on nucleotide sequences, genes and proteins? Wondering which database you should always start with? Would you like to learn how to set up an NCBI account to link articles in PubMed to records in other databases? Do you know about PubMed's Gene Sensor? Are you familiar with the concept of linear navigation? Learn all of these tips and more in this session that is designed for anyone who needs to search the NCBI databases for generic information.

Wednesday, March 7  |  2:00-3:00pm  |  East Information Commons, Hardin Library  |  Pre-registration is requested. 


How to Complete a HawkIRB New Project Application: Part 2

  • Sections VII-XII of the form
  • Attachments
  • Workflow

Friday, March 9  |  9:00-10:30am  |  East Information Commons, Hardin Library  |  Pre-registration is requested. Contact Brenton Collinsworth with questions.

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Finding Health Science Images

Using images can add interest to your assignments and presentations, but do you know where to find good images and how to ensure that you use those images ethically? This workshop will help you understand copyright, creative common licenses, and public domain. You will also learn where to search for stock and health sciences images and how to cite your images appropriately.

Monday, March 19  |  10:00-11:00am  |  East Information Commons, Hardin Library  |  Pre-registration is requested.


How to Complete HawkIRB Modifications, Continuing Reviews, Reportable Event Forms (REFs), and Closing a Project

Overview of forms that may need to be submitted to the IRB after approval of  a study:

  • Continuing Review Form
  • Modification Form
  • Reportable Event Form
  • Project Closure Form
  • Orientation to HawkIRB Workflow

Note: It is recommended to attend the New Project session before attending this session.

Tuesday, March 20  |  1:30-3:00pm  |  HP Smith Conference Room (W256 GH), UIHC  |  Pre-registration is requested.  Contact Brenton Collinsworth with questions.

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Preparing Proposals and Budgeting (with Industry/Research Institutions)

  • Identifying and approaching funding sources
  • Elements to include in a proposal
  • Creating a statement of work and deliverables
  • Guidelines for budget setting
  • Preparing for industry reviews
  • More information

Wednesday, March 21  |  12:00-1:15pm CST  |  345 IMU

This webinar is sponsored by the Office of Research and Economic Development.

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Faculty Workshop: Maximizing the Use of Outlook (for PC users)

Ever wondered how to effectively manage your email and optimize the time spent responding to and filing email messages?  Presented by Dr. Susan Johnson, MD, Faculty Ombudsperson (and one of the most organized people we know).

Monday, March 26  |  12:00-1:00pm  |  Melrose Conf Rm 1, UIHC  |  Pre-register via email to Denise Jurca or onlineBox lunches will be available at 11:30am.

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EndNote (Desktop Version)

EndNote is a reference management tool that helps you to easily gather together your references in one place, organize them, and then insert them into papers and format them in a style of your choosing. This session will walk you through the basic of using EndNote to collect and format your citations. The class will be hands-on and there will be time for questions at the end. 

Wednesday, March 28  |  2:00-3:00pm  |  East Information Commons, Hardin Library  |  Pre-registration is requested. 


Faculty Workshop:  Maximizing the Use of Outlook (for Mac users)

Ever wondered how to effectively manage your email and optimize the time spent responding to and filing email messages?  Presented by Dr. Susan Johnson, MD, Faculty Ombudsperson (and one of the most organized people we know).

Thursday, March 29  |  12:00-1:00pm  |  283 EMRB (Seebohm Conf Rm)  |  Pre-register via email to Denise Jurca or online. Box lunches will be available at 11:30am.

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APRIL 2018:

How to Complete a HawkIRB New Project Application: Part 1

  • Overview of HawkIRB system and IRB review process
  • Sections I-VI of the form

Monday, April 2  |  9:00-10:30am  |  East Information Commons, Hardin Library  |  Pre-registration is requested.  Contact Brenton Collinsworth with questions.

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PubMed

PubMed is the National Library of Medicine's index to the medical literature and includes over 26 million bibliographic citations in life sciences. This one-hour session will show you how to improve your search results by using subject headings (MeSH) and advanced keyword searching techniques.

Wednesday, April 4  |  11:00-12:00pm  |  West Information Commons, Hardin Library  |  Pre-registration is requested.


Addressing Compliance, Contracting and Consulting, and Outside Activities (with Industry/Research Institutions)

  • Working with national compliance standard
  • Expert control laws
  • Setting publication guidelines, especially as they relate to confidential and proprietary information
  • Consulting and outside activities
  • More information

Wednesday, April 4  |  12:00-1:15pm CST  |  345 IMU

This webinar is sponsored by the Office of Research and Economic Development.

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EPIC Billing and Research Policy

Presented by Michele Countryman, CIP; Denise Krutzfeldt, BA, CHRC, CPC-A; and Kimberly Sprenger, RN.

Thursday, April 5  |  12:00-1:00pm  |  C44-A GH  |  Questions should be directed to Dori Hinson.


Faculty Workshop:  Speed Networking

Speed Networking is an exciting and fast-paced session that puts you across the table from a COM colleague every 5 minutes. Put your best food forward and showcase your projects or career development experience to maximize collaboration!

Thursday, April 5  |  5:00-6:30pm  |  1289 CBRB (Kelch Conf Rm)  |  Pre-register via email to Denise Jurca or online.  


How to Complete a HawkIRB New Project Application: Part 2

  • Sections VII-XII of the form
  • Attachments
  • Workflow

Tuesday, April 10  |  1:30-3:00pm  |  East Information Commons, Hardin Library  |  Pre-registration is requested.  Contact Brenton Collinsworth with questions.

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How to Complete HawkIRB Modifications, Continuing Reviews, Reportable Event Forms (REFs), and Closing a Project

Overview of forms that may need to be submitted to the IRB after approval of  a study:

  • Continuing Review Form
  • Modification Form
  • Reportable Event Form
  • Project Closure Form
  • Orientation to HawkIRB Workflow

Note: It is recommended to attend the New Project session before attending this session.

Monday, April 16  |  10:00-11:30am  |  HP Smith Conference Room (W256 GH), UIHC  |  Pre-registration is requested.  Contact Brenton Collinsworth with questions.

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EMBASE

EMBASE is a biomedical and pharmaceutical database containing bibliographic records with abstracts. Although there is overlap with records from PubMed, there are also many unique records. This hands-on session will show you how to conduct basic searches using EMBASE’s quick search box, how to conduct searches using EMTREE subject headings, and how to use subheadings for drug and disease topics.

Wednesday, April 18  |  2:00-3:00pm  |  East Information Commons, Hardin Library  |  Pre-registration is requested.


Systematic Reviews: Nuts and Bolts of a Systematic Review

This class will provide a framework for developing a literature search for a systematic review. Topics will include the following: standards and criteria to consider, establishing a plan, registering a protocol, developing a research question, determining where to search, identifying search terms, reporting search strategies, and managing references.

NOTE: We suggest that “Nuts and Bolts of a Systematic Review” be taken before “Literature Searching for a Systematic Review.”

Thursday, April 19  |  1:00-2:00pm  |  East Information Commons, Hardin Library  |  Pre-registration is requested.


Managing Intellectual Property (IP) Issues (with Industry/Research Institutions)

  • Identifying and protecting background intellectual property
  • Setting parameters around foreground intellectual property
    • Assignment and ownership
    • Protection and rights
  • Negotiating an exclusive or non-exclusive license
  • More information

Wednesday, April 25  |  12:00-1:15pm CST  |  345 IMU

This webinar is sponsored by the Office of Research and Economic Development.

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Systematic Reviews: Literature Searching for a Systematic Review

This class will focus on tips and techniques for carrying out a successful literature search in support of a systematic review. Topics will include techniques for developing search strategies, deciding which databases to search and how to seek out grey literature for a given topic. There will also be discussion on selecting journals for hand searching, documenting search strategies, and saving and organizing references.

NOTE: We suggest that “Nuts and Bolts of a Systematic Review” be taken before “Literature Searching for a Systematic Review.”

Thursday, April 26  |  1:00-2:00pm  |  East Information Commons, Hardin Library  |  Pre-registration is requested.


Faculty Workshop: Emotional Intelligence

More information forthcoming.

Friday, April 27  |  12:00-12:50pm  |  Melrose Conf Rm 2, UIHC  |  Pre-register via email to Faculty Affairs & Development.  

 

MAY 2018

Benefiting from University-Industry Collaborations with Government Engagement

  • Companies partnering with universities to leverage federal funds for corporate investments
  • Increasing emphasis of government agencies to show relevance to their R&D portfolios
  • Differences among state and federal programs
  • More information

Wednesday, May 2  |  12:00-1:15pm CST  |  345 IMU

This webinar is sponsored by the Office of Research and Economic Development.

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ICTS Clinical Research Unit Update and Q&A

Presented by Alejandro Comellas, MD, Director of the ICTS Clinical Research Unit, & Julie Cayler, MSN, ARNP, SNP-BD, RN-BC, Nurse Manager of the ICTS Clinical Research Unit

Thursday, May 3  |  12:00-1:00pm  |  C44-A GH  |  Questions should be directed to Dori Hinson.


How to Complete a HawkIRB New Project Application: Part 1

  • Overview of HawkIRB system and IRB review process
  • Sections I-VI of the form

Friday, May 4  |  9:30-11:00am  |  East Information Commons, Hardin Library  |  Pre-registration is requested.  Contact Brenton Collinsworth with questions.

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How to Complete a HawkIRB New Project Application: Part 2

  • Sections VII-XII of the form
  • Attachments
  • Workflow

Thursday, May 10  |  12:30-2:00pm  |  East Information Commons, Hardin Library  |  Pre-registration is requested.  Contact Brenton Collinsworth with questions.

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How to Complete HawkIRB Modifications, Continuing Reviews, Reportable Event Forms (REFs), and Closing a Project

Overview of forms that may need to be submitted to the IRB after approval of  a study:

  • Continuing Review Form
  • Modification Form
  • Reportable Event Form
  • Project Closure Form
  • Orientation to HawkIRB Workflow

Note: It is recommended to attend the New Project session before attending this session.

Wednesday, May 16  |  2:00-3:30pm  |  HP Smith Conference Room (W256 GH), UIHC  |  Pre-registration is requested.  Contact Brenton Collinsworth with questions.

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JUNE 2018

UI Bioshare: U of Iowa's Biomaterial Data Management System & Research Service

Presented by Laura Jacobus, MS, CCRC, CCOM UI Bioshare Research Service Manager

Thursday, June 7  |  12:00-1:00pm  |  C44-A GH  |  Questions should be directed to Dori Hinson.

 

ANYTIME, ANYWHERE:

Successful Proposal Submissions to PCORI

Courtesy of the College of Nursing, this presentation is available for viewing via UI Capture.  If you wish to have the additional materials (sample budgets, key slides, and more) emailed to you, please contact Mary Blackwood.