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 email@example.com
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?
To elicit participant feedback regarding the 2020 Spring CTSA Program Group Meetings.
To elicit participant feedback on the 2020 Spring Joint Meeting of KL2 Directors, TL1 Directors and Workforce Development.
To elicit participant feedback regarding the 2020 Spring Integration Across the Lifespan Meeting.
To elicit participant feedback regarding the 2020 Spring Collaboration and Engagement Meeting.
To elicit participant feedback regarding the 2020 Spring Common Metrics Initiative Meeting.
To elicit participant feedback regarding the 2020 Spring CTSA Hub Communicators Meeting.
The purpose of this contest is to find the best ideas in all of CTSA-land for encouraging better teamscience. Any person associated with a CTSA hub is eligible. It can be the hub PI, program director, staffmember, trainee, student, a participating researcher, a community member et al
To elicit feedback on the Multi-Year Report and its usefulness to individuals and their roles in their hubs.
To gather data on the effectiveness of pods as a mechanism for communication of Steering Committee activities.
To gather feedback on how to ensure that the Workforce Development DTF is able to focus attention on the areas of greatest importance to members over the coming year.
To pilot test the collection of metrics related to D&I research in regards to projects, training, and consultation.
To elicit participant feedback on the 2018 Fall CTSA Administrators Meeting.
To better understand the factors that challenge and promote the provisions of dissemination and implementation across the 64 CTSA programs.
To improve the interoperability of data within multiple systems by making the data adhere to the FAIR data principles to ultimately enable rich machine-readable data.