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  • Tiffany Danielle Pineda talks on stage
    The University of Florida CTSI is examining long-standing and unspoken issues of racial injustice, equality and diversity within the working environment of the clinical research professional workforce. Dressed in black, Tiffany Danielle Chisholm Pineda stood on a stage and spoke about her experience as a Black research professional working to eliminate personal biases in scientists. “Most of the
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    The Strategy The efficient study startup of clinical trials relies on engaging and coordinating the actions of a broad group of research staff and stakeholders. Unnecessary delays waste valuable research dollars and delay enrolling patients into lifesaving studies. The Research Process Improvement (RPI) team at Tufts Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) identified a knowledge gap
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    The Duke CTSA KL2 program was recently identified as one of the top program hubs by the Center for Leading Innovation and Collaboration (CLIC). The Duke KL2 program was a top performer in the KL2 education program – Underrepresented measure. The CLIC evaluates programs using a Common Metrics Initiative. In alignment with the CLIC’s current goals, the Duke KL2 program set a goal to increase the

  • VCU
    The Strategy What began as an effort to better define Virginia Commonwealth University’s key performance indicators in research turned into an all-encompassing database that enables performance data to be shared openly and that is designed to improve transparency as well as ease the administrative burden on principal investigators (PI) and study teams. The VCU C. Kenneth and Dianne Wright Center
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    The Strategy The NYU H+H Clinical and Translational Science Institute recognized a need to improve its scientific review standards and practices and to make better use of resources at the institution and at its Institutional Review Board. In implementing the Common Metric Initiative (CMI), the hub developed a strategy to broaden its Scientific Review Committee to conduct pre-reviews of studies