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  • Participatory Action Research from A to Z | Principal Investigators Association
    all deciding to do a PAR project means owning the various goals of empowerment social change and community involvement in solving social problems While it may mean more work and requires an ability to let others lead the project the results are well worth the effort Dr Jo Anne Schneider Author This 70 page guide has been designed to help researchers understand the ins and outs of PAR projects learn how to develop meaningful relationships with the target community ensure research quality implement key communication strategies develop products appropriate for the community and much more This guide includes 8 Advantages of PAR for Health Projects What is PAR Do you Meet All the Criteria Understanding PAR Goals 1 Key Theme to Remember Do s and Don ts for Developing Relationships with a Target Community How Your Institution s Behavior Impacts the Outcome of Your Project Identifying Community Problems and Finding Solutions that Actually Work Expert Tactics for Hiring and Training Community Members to Perform Research Confidentiality Issues and Conflict of Interest What You Need to Know Developing Your Most Important Link to the Community Advisory Committees Communications Strategies with Key Stakeholders and Advisory Committees Overcoming Project Misunderstandings and Putting an End to the Rumor Mill How to Create Products Useful to the Community Ingredients for Success Publication Issues What Your Agreements Should Include How to Maintain Successful Relationships After a Project Ends Plus much more About the Author Dr Jo Anne Schneider has developed participatory action projects since the late 1980s Her work with training and community organizations in Philadelphia led to changes in training contracting and the state TANF plan The Kenosha Conversation Project a community process to understand policy implementation received national attention and was featured on National Public Radio She has advised on participatory action projects in multiple settings and published widely on this and related topics A former American Association for the Advancement of Science Policy and Technology Fellow at NIH she is currently an Associate Research Professor at George Washington University She also has an international reputation for university community involvement serving as a PennServe Community Based Fellow for Service Learning involving community researcher partnerships Recent major projects include developing a model to reach at risk communities for NCI the Faith and Organizations Project www faithandorganizations umd edu and multiple projects related to social welfare and human services see home gwu edu jschneid Limited Time Offer Purchase this 70 pg guide in PDF format for only 199 79 Print only 25 more Regarding print copy Please allow 7 10 days for delivery US and Canada only Delivery times for other countries will vary based on your location and cannot be controlled by us If you order a PDF version it will be available immediately after purchase Regarding Print version shipping costs Shipping and Handling to the US and Canada FREE Shipping and Handling to the all other International countries 50 100 Satisfaction Guaranteed Institutional Site License Until Feb 18th Order your site license for the

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  • Interdisciplinary Research Teams Guide | Principal Investigators Association
    Involved Communication Strategies Every Interdisciplinary Team Should Know and Practice Creating an Interdisciplinary Environment Research Protocols Creating a Common Language How to Create Partnerships for Research to Practice Analysis Strategies for Interdisciplinary Projects How to Reach Your Full Potential How Create Truly Interdisciplinary Products How to Overcome Publication and Authorship Issues for Interdisciplinary Teams And much more About the Co Author Dr Jo Anne Schneider has been designing carrying out multi method multi site team research projects since 1988 She is a specialist in urban issues social welfare health and human services and health projects with hard to reach populations She has worked with a combination of government foundations national member benefit non profits community based organizations faith communities and marginalized communities people of color immigrants refugees low income communities people with disabilities using advisory committees in all of her projects A former American Association for the Advancement of Science Policy and Technology Fellow at NIH she is currently an Associate Research Professor at George Washington University She also has an international reputation for applied team projects working with governments and community organizations Recent major projects include the Faith and Organizations Project www faithandorganizations umd edu and multiple projects related to social welfare and human services see home gwu edu jschneid Recent publications include Social Capital and Welfare Reform Columbia University Press 2006 Limited Time Offer Purchase this 73 pg guide in PDF format for only 199 79 The PDF version it will be available immediately after purchase Institutional Site License Until Feb 18th Order your site license for the Interdisciplinary Research Teams Guide PDF for only 549 349 How it Works You will be supplied with the PDF link to download and place the PDF on your institutions secured intranet indefinitely All staff and students that have access to

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  • Qualitative Research & IRB | Principal Investigators Association
    protects human subjects through an IRB application Qualitative studies face particular challenges completing this process because IRBs are generally developed for medical or quantitative research As a result IRB staff may be unfamiliar with qualitative research processes In addition cumbersome written consent forms and other standardized procedures developed by local IRBs may not work well in qualitative research Qualitative researchers often find they need to justify alternative procedures to an IRB committee This 125 page guide has been designed to provide a general overview of IRB history and process but focuses on the special needs of qualitative researchers The guide has the following goals Provide an overview of the IRB process for qualitative studies Qualitative Research and IRB a Comprehensive Guide Discuss various forms of informed consent for qualitative methods and ways to present them in an IRB application Describe procedures to protect confidentiality in qualitative research Clarify when a qualitative project is exempt or eligible for expedited review Outline strategies to write a successful IRB application About the Co Author Dr Jo Anne Schneider has successfully developed IRB statements for a wide array of qualitative studies since the mid 1980s She wrote the guidelines for IRB approval for students and courses at one university She has also advised multiple students about informed consent and IRB statements A former American Association for the Advancement of Science Policy and Technology Fellow at NIH she is currently an Associate Research Professor at George Washington University She also has an international reputation for university community involvement serving as a PennServe Community Based Fellow for Service Learning involving community researcher partnerships Recent major projects include developing a model to reach at risk communities for NCI the Faith and Organizations Project www faithandorganizations umd edu and multiple projects related to social welfare and human services see home gwu edu jschneid Limited Time Offer Purchase this 125 pg guide in PDF format for only 199 79 Print only 25 more Regarding print copy Please allow 7 10 days for delivery US and Canada only Delivery times for other countries will vary based on your location and cannot be controlled by us If you order a PDF version it will be available immediately after purchase Regarding Print version shipping costs Shipping and Handling to the US and Canada FREE Shipping and Handling to the all other International countries 50 100 Satisfaction Guaranteed Institutional Site License Until Feb 18th Order your site license for the Qualitative Research and IRB Guide PDF for only 549 349 How it Works You will be supplied with the PDF link to download and place the PDF on your institutions secured intranet indefinitely All staff and students that have access to the institutions secured intranet can utilize the PDF guide and should not disseminate the product outside of the local institution You can purchase your site license online or click here to download an order form For questions please call 800 303 0129 Option 1 Copyright for Institutional Site Licenses The entire contents

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  • R03 Small Research Grants Guide | Principal Investigators Association
    Not It is a Good Fit for You Peer Review Decision Procedures What You Should Remind Reviewers Of How to Prepare a Competitive R03 Application Insider tips revealed The R03 for Early Stage Versus Experienced Investigators Differences Among R03 R21 and R01 and Which to Choose R03 Grant Writing Advice Grantsmanship What the Experts Recommend NIH Resources for R03 Strategy and Writing And much more About the Author Caroline Leopold MA GPC is grants consultant and medical writer and has 18 years of program design evaluation and grant writing experience Caroline has worked as a grant writer since 1999 and wrote and co designed healthcare housing and community development projects which have been funded by numerous federal agencies including NIH HRSA CDC and HUD She also assists academic researchers and biotech companies submit NIH R P and U grants including SBIR STTR She serves a grant reviewer for the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute PCORI Caroline founded Leopold Grants Consulting http leopoldgrants com to provide full spectrum grant services to academic researchers and health organizations across the United States She lives in Philadelphia PA with her partner Limited Time Offer Extended Purchase this 70 pg guide in PDF format for only 179 99 Note PDF of this guide will be available immediately after purchase 100 Satisfaction Guaranteed Institutional Site License Until Feb 18th Order your site license for the NIH R03 Small Research Grant Guide PDF for only 549 349 How it Works You will be supplied with the PDF link to download and place the PDF on your institutions secured intranet indefinitely All staff and students that have access to the institutions secured intranet can utilize the PDF guide and should not disseminate the product outside of the local institution You can purchase your site license online or click

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  • R24 Grant Application Mentor | Principal Investigators Association
    specific project research programs In either case it is one more way to support a research enterprise or further breakthroughs and paradigm shifts in health or health related research While the R24 grant mechanism can be used for a wide variety of purposes these grants have in common the goal of bringing together people and institutions to build resources that will benefit a field of study or practice as a whole Inside this 85 page guide you will learn how the R24 activity code is used by different NIH institutes and AHRQ and gain valuable tips from program officers on how to write a successful R24 proposal This guide includes A thorough explanation of what an R24 is and whether or not it is a good fit for you Expert tips derived from interviews with program officers to help you build a successful proposal Detailed examples specific to each type of R24 What you need to know before contacting Program Officers What a good R24 proposal should and should NOT include Insider tips revealed The power of support letters How an R24 budget differs from other NIH budgets Along with how to examples and guides you will also find directly quoted information from successful R24 grant applications And much more About the Author Dr Jo Anne Schneider is currently an Associate Research Professor in Anthropology at George Washington University She served as an American Association for the Advancement of Science AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow at NIH working with National Cancer Institute to translate research into practice 2003 2005 Dr Schneider is an urban anthropologist focusing on the role of government non profits and communities in intergroup relations opportunity structures for marginalized populations immigrants refugees people of color people with disabilities low income families and social welfare and health policy creation and implementation Her work consistently involves working with government local institutions community members and policy makers to develop applied research projects and translate research into policy and programs She has an international reputation for developing interdisciplinary projects Her most recent work focuses on the role of social capital in marginalized communities and the dynamics between government nonprofits and communities in implementing social welfare and health policy Limited Time Offer Extended Purchase this new 85 pg guide in PDF format for only 199 99 100 Satisfaction Guaranteed Institutional Site License Until Feb 18th Order your site license for the NIH R24 Grants Guide PDF for only 549 349 How it Works You will be supplied with the PDF link to download and place the PDF on your institutions secured intranet indefinitely All staff and students that have access to the institutions secured intranet can utilize the PDF guide and should not disseminate the product outside of the local institution You can purchase your site license online or click here to download an order form For questions please call 800 303 0129 Option 1 Copyright for Institutional Site Licenses The entire contents of this publication are protected by Copyright worldwide

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  • New NIH Biosketch Format: Keys to Writing a Compelling Scientific Narrative | Principal Investigators Association
    in a unique way and highlight why you are the person to get the grant and do the job 5 Key Take Aways Methods for writing a compelling scientific narrative Style and substance points based on career stage The new page limits and how to effectively use the space How to pick your most influential papers to indicate your impact on the field How to put your best foot forward while remaining humble Who Should Attend Those interested in writing a compelling scientific narrative to drive the interest of the reviewers and those who want to achieve the right tone for such a narrative Dr Dorothy Lewis Professor Internal Medicine Infectious Diseases at the University of Texas Health Science Center has an almost 30 year history of writing grant applications including vast experience with recent changes Her successful track record for winning grants has given her a valuable in the trenches perspective that can benefit you at whichever stage you find yourself She received her PhD in Microbiology in 1978 from the University of Arizona in Tucson She then pursued an NIH supported postdoctoral fellowship at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine in Albuquerque In 1985 she published her first paper related to T cell subset changes in HIV patients and acquired her own independent NIH funding She has maintained continuous NIH funding since 1985 experiencing both times of multiple grants and times of reduced funding She is a member of the Training and Workforce Diversity Study Section C called TWD C 2012 2016 and former chair of the AIDS Immunology and Pathogenesis study section 2009 2011 She teaches grant writing to graduate students postdoctoral fellows and young investigators serves as Chair of the mentoring program for the Center for AIDS Research CFAR and is a grant reviewer for Bioscience Writers Limited Time Offer Purchase this 60 Minute On Demand Webinar in CD Rom MP4 or PDF Transcript for only 199 109 Please Note Each format includes PDF Handouts CDs are mailed within 48 hours via US Mail A link to the MP4 and or PDF Transcript is available immediately after purchase Institutional Site License Price Ends Feb 19th And now you can order your site license for the On Demand Webinar MP4 for only 499 299 Upon ordering this On Demand Webinar you will receive a link to the MP4 recording with the PDF Handouts How it Works You will be supplied with the link to download and place the MP4 recording on your institutions secured intranet indefinitely All staff and students that have access to the institutions secured intranet can utilize the On Demand Webinar and should not disseminate the product outside of the local institution You can purchase your site license online or call 800 303 0129 x500 or click here to download an order form Copyright for Institutional Site Licenses The entire contents of this publication are protected by Copyright worldwide and held by Scientific Researchers Resources All rights reserved Authorized users of the

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  • NIH R01 for Social Sciences: 10 Tips | Principal Investigators Association
    effectively Describing effective social and behavioral science research teams in your application Differences in the Institutional Resources Statement for social and behavioral science proposals Explaining behavioral and social science resource needs in your budget and budget justification Writing an effective cover letter to ensure that your application is reviewed by the most appropriate review panel and reviewers Key Take Aways Many NIH Centers and Institutes welcome social science projects but you need to clearly research where to apply and work with a program officer How to explain your significance impact and approach in a way that will make sense to reviewers The kinds of methods that NIH is looking for in social and behavioral science research now and how best to describe them in a short application The resources needed for a social and behavioral science application are different than for a biomedical application How to describe those effectively The importance of using your cover letter to get your application to the right reviewers Who Should Attend This Webinar is designed for novice R01 applicants seasoned R01 applicants wanting to create interdisciplinary projects highlighting social and behavioral science approaches sponsored research office staff and professors who teach grant writing or advise graduate students or junior colleagues on applying to NIH for funding Dr Jo Anne Schneider has been writing winning research proposals for social science research projects since the late 1980s She is a specialist in urban issues social welfare health and human services and health projects with hard to reach populations A former American Association for the Advancement of Science Policy and Technology Fellow at NIH she is currently an independent consultant She has also had a long standing affiliation as a Associate Research Professor at George Washington University While at NIH she designed a model to reach disparities

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  • NIH SBIR Phase II Awards | Principal Investigators Association
    merit review processes and provide expert tips to help make a competitive commercialization plan Also discussed will be the newly authorized Direct to Phase II SBIR grant mechanism and the recent policy change whereby a Federal agency may now issue an SBIR Phase II award to a Small Business Technology Transfer STTR program Phase I awardee to further develop the work performed under the STTR Phase I award 5 Key Take Aways Establish your eligibility and goals for this program How a small business is defined by the agency Keys to a strong commercialization plan How the NIH s current resubmission policy affects SBIR applicants How these grant applications are reviewed Who Should Attend Any scientist currently working at a small company as well Principle Investigators post docs and graduate students who may be considering a switch from an academic laboratory to a small business research and development laboratory Meet Your Presenter Dr John Ludlow began his academic faculty career at the University of Rochester NY in 1991 with appointments in the department of biochemistry at the medical school and the university s cancer research center During this time he maintained an independently funded research laboratory training graduate students and post doctoral fellows in the area of tumor suppressor gene expression protein structure and function Funding for his laboratory came from a variety of sources including the NIH the American Cancer Society and private foundations Dr Ludlow began working in the commercial biotechnology sector in 2000 developing and managing research and pre clinical programs for cell therapy and tissue engineered products where he has continued to compete in and advise on multiple NIH award programs Price Purchase this 60 Minute On Demand Webinar in CD Rom MP4 or PDF Transcript for only 197 149 Please note Each format includes the

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