The CTSA Program supports high quality translational and clinical research locally, regionally, and nationally. Surveys are one way to efficiently conduct research and collect pertinent information. The purpose of a survey may be to uncover answers, evoke discussion, discover resources, guide decision-making and/or to compare results.
In order to maintain the current level of high-quality research supported by the program, there’s a need for clear and controlled processes for survey deployment and archival. For CTSA Program members or hubs interested in creating and/or distributing a survey, please complete the CLIC Survey Logging/Request Form.
For any questions, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
For further guidance on creating and distributing surveys, please review the CTSA Program Process Guidance for Surveys document.
These surveys fall under the NCATS Policy for Surveys and the NCATS PO (Mercedes Rubio) has approved that these surveys answer "Yes" to the following two questions. Thus the program is conducting NIH research and will be considered exempt from the Paperwork Reduction Act approval requirements as outlined by the 21st Century Cures Act:
- Will the program analyze the project outcomes in a systematic way?
- Will the program publicize the results of your systematic analyses?
The CTSA Visiting Scholar Program was designed as a means to establish a set of meetings between “visiting” KL2 scholars and their peers at different hubs.
The purpose of this Working Group is to establish a “CTSA Visiting Professorship” consisting of virtual meetings (Phase 1) between “visiting” KL2 Scholars and their peers at other hubs and at the NCATS intramural research program, and eventually, once travel is permitted, in-person visits (Phase 2).
To inquire about actions pursued as a result of the Un-Meeting, other benefits and outcomes that resulted from attending the Un-Meeting, and whether attending the Un-Meeting continued to impact the work of the attendees.
To examine how well the program goals were achieved.
This survey collects thoughts and perspectives from CTSA consortium members on the direction of clinical and translational science that the CTSAs may significantly contribute to.
To better understand the roles and experiences of community stakeholders and partners in CTSAs.
To gather feedback regarding the 2021 CTSA Spring Program Meetings
To gather feedback regarding the 2015-2019 Common Metrics Hub Report
Telehealth is an emerging field. Prior to the pandemic, telehealth was shown in several chronic conditions to improve access, reduce hospitalization rates, and have lower costs to the patient than traditional in person visits. These interventions are adaptable and have the potential to impact healthcare in communities which are medically underserved and under-resourced. Telehealth has also been shown to reduce health disparities among African Americans, improve screenings of chronic conditions and improve access to mental health care in rural areas. During the COVID-19 pandemic there has been
The work of the Enterprise Committees, Working Groups, and Consortium Groups is essential within the CTSA consortium to help continue to move research from bench to bedside to curbside. At CLIC, we want to help ensure we are providing the best possible service to enable the Lead Teams of all groups to work effectively and efficiently. Please provide your feedback on what we are doing well and ways we can serve the groups better.
To gain information from KL2 alumni about their experiences both during and after KL2 support
To assess how TL1 Trainees, KL2 Scholars, and WFD groups are addressing barriers associated with the emerging COVID-19 pandemic.
To assess the perceived importance of DEI among registrants and the barriers they experience in promoting fundamental changes.
The purpose of this research is an evaluation of a visiting professorship initiative across the approximately 65 CTSA hub institutions (Consortium-wide) to identify perceptions of whether and how procedures and activities were successful.