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  • Advisory Committees: How to Select and Work With these Powerful Allies | Principal Investigators Association
    advisory committees to guide research finding appropriate research participants the mechanics for advisory committee involvement and common challenges with advisory committees and their members Key Take Aways How to choose representatives committed to the project with access to resources you need for the project Effectively including a mix of members that can help with specific aspects of the project Making the most of Advisory Committees in the research process why they should be involved from start to finish Effective communication strategies tailored to your committee s needs Ways to deal with the politics associated with advisory committees particularly those representing multiple constituencies at risk or special populations Hands on examples to overcome the common issues with advisory committees Who Should Attend Principal Investigators or new investigators either planning to use advisory committees or who have used advisory committees in the past Limited Time Offer Price 49 Ends Feb 12th Purchase this 60 Minute On Demand Webinar in CD Rom MP4 or PDF Transcript for only 165 49 Please note Each format includes the presentation handouts in PDF CDs are mailed within 48 hours A link to the MP4 and or PDF Transcript is available immediately after purchase Offer valid on new orders only Meet Your Presenter Dr Jo Anne Schneider has been designing research projects that effectively use advisory committees since the mid 1980s 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

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  • How to Design a Multi-methods Research Project Funders Won’t Ignore | Principal Investigators Association
    foundation funders and gain expert tactics on how to write a methods justification statement in proposals likely to win funding 5 Key Take Aways Gain a clear understanding of the differences in research approach between qualitative and quantitative methods How to choose the best combination of quantitative and qualitative techniques to address a particular research question Identifying team members with strengths in specific methods and effectively collaborating with them Creating research and analysis designs that use the strengths of both methods and blend them appropriately How to write methods statements for reviewers who are primarily familiar with quantitative methods that appropriately explain multi methods projects Who Should Attend Investigators interested in developing multi methods projects funders and proposal evaluators of multi methods projects Limited Time Offer Price 49 Ends Feb 12th Purchase this 60 Minute On Demand Webinar in CD Rom MP4 or PDF Transcript for only 165 49 Please note Each format includes the presentation handouts in PDF CDs are mailed within 48 hours A link to the MP4 and or PDF Transcript is available immediately after purchase Offer valid on new orders only Meet Your Presenter Dr Jo Anne Schneider has been designing and implementing multi methods research projects since the early 1980s She has equal training in quantitative and qualitative methods with experience working with large quantitatively oriented government contract firms like Westat and developing multi method team projects at multiple universities 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 multiple methods in all of her projects A former American

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  • The 7 Lesser Known NIH Institutes: Are These a Better Fit for Your Research? | Principal Investigators Association
    for all researchers who write grants to the NIH Your expert presenter will discuss the 7 lesser known NIH Institutes and 2 NIH Centers These will be NIH Institutes National institute of biomedical imaging and bioengineering NIBIB National institute on deafness and other communication disorders NIDCD Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development NICHD National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences NIEHS National Institute of General Medical Sciences NIGMS National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities NIMHD National Library of Medicine NLM NIH Centers Fogarty International Center FIC National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine NCCAM During this information packed Webinar your expert presenter will outline each of these in terms of their objectives and program areas as well as current funding opportunities so webinar participants can understand whether their research might be suited for these areas 5 Key Take Aways Better understanding of the structure of NIH centers and institutes An insider s view of the 7 lesser known institutes at the NIH Know how NIH centers support large scale research Determine if their research might fit into one of the lesser known research institutes or centers Where to look for opportunities for their research Who Should Attend Anyone in academia who is submitting research grants to the NIH Presenter Christopher Dant is a faculty instructor at Dartmouth Medical School His PhD work was concentrated in cellular and molecular biology Early in his postgraduate career he apprenticed with a Senior Editor at JAMA and went on to work as a biomedical writer for life sciences investigators in academia private industry and government agencies Before coming to Dartmouth Dr Dant was a Projects Director at the Stanford Medical School for grants and manuscripts and served as the Director of Medical Publications at Genentech in California At

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  • How to Write Winning Methods and Statistical Sections for Government Grant Proposals | Principal Investigators Association
    cohesive framework that clearly communicates the design important decision points in developing the project and the level of detail needed to satisfy reviewers 5 Key Take Aways Have many different types of related disciplines review your proposal at each stage If multiple reviewers raise the same concern the problem was with you not them PIs seem to blame reviewers for bad reviews but take credit for the good ones Clear exposition of your ideas will go a long way toward improving your scores Experience with the methods through publications presentations and funded projects will provide confidence to the reviewers that you can successfully complete the project Reviewers look for cohesive research teams with extensive work histories Who Should Attend Principal investigators preparing grant submissions to state and federal agencies such as the National Institutes of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention The attendee should have a basic familiarity with common research designs including observational and randomized clinical trials Presenter Scott Novak PhD holds research interests in the causes correlates and consequences of substance use including the behavioral and psychiatric sequelae He currently directs the program of research on prescription drug abuse within RTI s behavioral health epidemiology program Dr Novak s expertise is in novel statistical and methodological approaches to the analysis of epidemiological and clinical data including extensions of the generalized linear mixed model e g HLM to classification measurement and diagnosis of disease His methodological interests also involve the application of new social media technologies for data collection and analysis He has been the principal investigator on over 45 million in NIH grants and commercial projects and has authored more than 100 papers and presentations He is a standing member of a center for scientific review NIH review committee and has served as a past

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  • Permanent Residence Options for Foreign Researchers and Postdocs Coming to the US | Principal Investigators Association
    for each one We will also discuss the differences of the two applications and why some researchers may wish to file one over the other For the Outstanding Researcher which does require some employer involvement we will discuss the role the employer plays and what the requirements are in terms of the employer and the position We will also discuss what documentation the employee needs to show to demonstrate that they qualify for the Outstanding Researcher as well Finally we will look at why certain researchers may benefit greatly from the Outstanding Researcher over the self sponsored applications 5 Key Take Aways What documents are needed for each classification What positions qualify for the Outstanding Researcher application What the current backlogs are for China and India and what the best options are for those researchers How to help employees prepare to file for permanent residence What the differences are for each classification Who Should Attend Principal Investigators their Immigration staff Postdocs Researchers etc Really anyone at all involved in the immigration process or affected by the immigration process Presenter Adam Frank J D has been an attorney for about 20 years and have concentrated on Immigration law for the past 14 years He handles all types of cases but mostly self sponsored green card applications H O E and L non immigrant visa applications J Visa waivers and PERM and OR applications He has given immigration seminars at many Universities including Duke University of North Carolina Boston University Medical College Medical University of South Carolina University of Louisiana Southern Florida University University of Colorado Boulder University of Cincinnati and others Adam has also presented at the NAFSA Regional conferences in Philadelphia Virginia Pittsburgh and Puerto Rico His office also writes a quarterly newsletter article for the National Postdoctoral Association newsletter

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  • Telemedicine or Telehealth for Your Research | Principal Investigators Association
    of benefit 5 Evidence of the Efficacy Fidelity and Effectiveness of Telemedicine and Telehealth 5 Patient Safety 6 Confidentiality Trust Privacy Informed Consent and HIPPA Compliance 7 Reliability and Validity Participant Sampling and Standards of Reporting Methodological Details 8 Burden on Social Network 9 Licensing Malpractice Patient Client Consumer and HCP Implications and Education of HCP s 10 Data Security and Data Transmission including the integration of health care delivery by the HCP and issues of interoperability and 11 Role of Virtual Technology in Evidence based Practice and Research Two short case studies incorporating the usage of telemedicine and telehealth as research design methodologies will be presented Additionally ethnic cultural considerations legal and ethical standards will be interwoven throughout the presentation Further barriers such as feasibility global issues including policy and enhancements i e Affordable Care Act will be incorporated in the presentation 5 Key Take Aways Knowledge of the evidence pertaining to the efficacy fidelity and effectiveness of telemedicine and telehealth Recognition of barriers and facilitators for usage of telemedicine and telehealth with patients clients consumers by scientists researchers and HCP s Acknowledgement of safety confidentiality security assurances and privacy issues The importance of rigorous and robust empirical based evaluations and global dissemination of findings Role of virtual technology in evidence based practice and research Who Should Attend Scientists Researchers Health Care Providers Academicians Policy Makers and Students Presenter Dr Clarissa Agee Shavers D N Sc has been the Principal Investigator and Program Director of The Safer Tomorrows Injury Prevention and Violence Reduction Project since 1995 and has published and presented empirical findings relating to her program of research locally statewide nationally and internationally around the topic areas of exposures to violence trauma and injury among children adolescents families and communities Dr Shavers holds a Doctorate in Nursing Science

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  • What Do Grant Reviewers Really Want Anyway? + Free Guide | Principal Investigators Association
    ways that will enhance your chances for success Join us for this insightful webinar and walk away with a deeper understanding of how grant reviewers evaluate and score proposals Plus follow these insider tips to ensure you include the specific criteria reviewers are looking for 5 Key Take Aways Identify the five key characteristics you must build into each proposal to be successful Understand why the abstract is the most important writing you will do Know how to avoid the most common mistakes that cause good ideas to be rejected Understand the typical dynamics and procedures of grant review panels Learn how grant reviewers view the strengths and weaknesses of the peer review system Price Purchase this 60 Minute On Demand Webinar in CD Rom MP4 or PDF Transcript for only 149 Please note Each format includes the presentation handouts in PDF CDs are mailed within 48 hours A link to the MP4 and or PDF Transcript is available immediately after purchase Meet Your Presenter Dr Robert Porter has presented grant writing and research development workshops at leading universities and medical schools nationwide Currently Director of Research Development at the University of Tennessee Dr Porter has 30 years experience as a tenured professor private consultant and research administrator His proposals have won more than 8 million in awards from government agencies and private foundations A national leader in the growing research development field he has presented papers and workshops on grant writing at major conferences and has published prize winning articles in the Journal of Research Administration and Research Management Review Dr Porter has previously taught at Virginia Tech Swarthmore College Susquehanna University and Eastern Washington University He holds graduate degrees in Speech Communications from the University of Michigan This Webinar presentation is brought to you as a training tool

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  • Transitioning from and Early Investigator Award to the Coveted R01 | Principal Investigators Association
    on detailed strategies for capturing that first R01 a cornerstone of your career During this Webinar your expert presenter will describe approaches that have been successful in building his own career and those of the colleagues for whom he has provided mentoring The Webinar will focus on five critical steps on the path to that first R01 1 creating a strategic blueprint for success 2 building effective time management skills 3 husbanding and building your local resources 4 building a research team and effective collaborative network 5 securing your first R01 grant Furthermore this live Webinar will help you break down what is expected to be a multi year process into a set of shorter term milestones that will help you perform a valuable self analysis to make sure you are on track In addition to outlining successful strategies and tips your presenter will also point out common problem areas where junior investigators can get hamstrung and lose their forward momentum He will also present approaches for navigating the often difficult balance between your responsibilities to your home institutions and building your career in the context of your scientific field outside of your institution Walk away with strategies and informational resources that will help you craft an application strong enough to be highly competitive on the first submission Presenter Christopher Francklyn PhD has been a funded NIH investigator for nearly 25 years and reported discoveries related to protein synthesis and the genetic coding in leading journals such Nature Science Cell Molecular Cell and the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences His work on the molecular recognition of transfer RNA is routinely cited in most standard biochemistry textbooks He has been a regular NIH reviewer for the last decade and a half served as the founding Chair of the Molecular Genetics A Study Section and served on the editorial board of the Journal of Biological Chemistry during the period of 2010 2011 he served as a regular columnist for the Principal Investigator s Association Study Section Insider newsletter He is proud of the many former graduate students post doctoral students and junior colleagues that he has successfully mentored in the process of capturing their early career awards 5 Key Take Aways How to devise research funding plans in the short medium and long term to achieve success How to prioritize your time to help you achieve your research goals without becoming a bad Departmental citizen How to use your scientific financial resources as venture capital to climb the grant ladder How to build a strong internal team and rich external scientific network to achieve your goals The importance of presentation in converting good questions and compelling data into a winning application Who Should Attend This Webinar is recommended for either early stage investigators who are on edge of accepting their first independent appointment or new Assistant Professors who are planning their first R01 application Price Purchase this 60 Minute On Demand Webinar in CD Rom MP4 or PDF Transcript for

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