- October 08, 2021Sense of smell or taste returns within six months for 4 out of every 5 COVID-19 survivors who have lost these senses, and those under 40 are more likely to recover these senses than older adults, an ongoing Virginia Commonwealth University study found. Among 798 respondents to the ongoing COVID-19 smell and taste loss survey who had tested positive for COVID-19 and reported a loss of smell or
- Oregon Health and Science UniversityThis class will cover the most common questions regarding survey design and administration - and provide the answers! Topics we will cover include: Writing great survey questions Choosing previously validated questions Selecting survey software and administration methods Maximizing response rates Budgeting for your survey Designing your survey to facilitate data analysis Piloting your survey. We
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
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.
The purpose of this survey is to solicit information on the creative innovations and adaptations made by the hubs in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
To elicit participant feedback regarding the overall Fall 2020 Program Meeting.
To elicit participant feedback regarding the 2020 CTSA Administrators Consortium Committee Fall Meeting.
To elicit participant feedback regarding the COVID-19 session during the Fall 2020 Program Meeting.
To elicit participant feedback regarding the Collaboration and Engagement session during the Fall 2020 Program Meeting.
To elicit participant feedback regarding the Fall 2020 Program Meeting Poster Session.
To elicit participant feedback regarding the Fall 2020 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Program Meeting.
To elicit participant feedback regarding the Workforce Development session during the 2020 Fall Program Meeting.
To elicit participant feedback on the 2020 Clinical Research in the COVID-era and Beyond Un-Meeting.
To better understand the roles and experiences of community stakeholders and partners in CTSAs.
To learn about the activities of the community engagement cores and the role of community partners across the consortium, and how the cores measure success.
To elicit hub feedback to determine which hubs will be participating or declining participation in the MAR
Metric Expanded Pilot.
To elicit participant feedback on the 2020 Lifespan and Life Course Research Integrating Strategies Un-Meeting.
To elicit participant follow up feedback on the 2019 Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Applications in Translational Science Un-Meeting.
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 Common Metrics Initiative Meeting.
To elicit participant feedback regarding the 2020 Spring CTSA Hub Communicators Meeting.
To elicit feedback on the Multi-Year Report and its usefulness to individuals and their roles in their hubs.
- April 26, 2020Two Emergency Medicine faculty researchers at Oregon Health and Science University are looking for healthcare workers to take their research survey on the impact of COVID-19 on the healthcare workforce. This is a CTSA-supported study. See below. Are you a healthcare worker that comes in contact with patients? Concerned about COVID-19’s impact on the healthcare workforce? Participate in an
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.