CTSA Program Groups
The two meetings held each year provide an opportunity to achieve the CTSA Program Goals and bring key consortium stakeholders together. TheCTSA Program Annual Meeting is held in the fall focusing on priority areas and offering opportunities for the consortium members to come together to share best practices.The agenda for this meeting is planned by the CTSA Program Steering Committee
The two meetings held each year provide an opportunity to achieve the CTSA Program Goals and bring key consortium stakeholders together. The CTSA Program Annual Meeting is held in the fall focusing on priority areas and offering opportunities for the consortium members to come together to share best practices.The agenda for this meeting is planned by the CTSA Program Steering Committee
- June 28, 2021
Government, non-profits, and organizations fund research with the ultimate goal of improving health and society. Yet measuring these long-term outcomes can be challenging, and research impact has traditionally been tied to quantitative productivity, like bibliometrics and grant funding, and not necessarily the broader impacts of research. For years, researchers lacked a cohesive framework to
Safety continues to be paramount as we respond to and deal with the current COVID-19 public health pandemic. NCATS, in concert with the CTSA Program Steering Committee and CLIC, has decided to once again convert the 2021 Spring CTSA Program Group Meetings to a virtual experience, as done in 2020.
The Spring CTSA Program Group Meeting supports meetings of several Enterprise Committees (EC) and
Discussion Forums are similar to predecessor unstructured group formats, think Key Function Committees. They were established to allow self aggregating teams to gather for in-depth discussion of translational science topics.
CTSA Program Groups were established to execute the recommendations of the NCATS Advisory Council Working Group on the IOM Report on the CTSA Program. The CTSA Program Groups are made up of Consortium Groups, Enterprise Committees, Working Groups and Discussion Forums.
The different types of CTSA Program Groups have different objectives as well as different membership requirements. Each CTSA Program hub is allowed to have one voting representative on the Enterprise Committee. This member is appointed by the hub PI and is the primary point of contact for their hub for all matters relating to their specific Enterprise Committee.
- -CLICThe CLIC Virtual Tour is designed to give everyone involved with the CTSA Program, regardless of in what capacity, an overview of what CLIC provides and how to make it work for you. Think: a virtual ‘walk-through’ of new website resources, ways to communicate and guidance on how to access. It will be a multipart series, including live question and answer sessions. Videos will be released on the
The Spring 2020 CTSA Program Group Meeting will now be online instead of in-person
Safety is paramount as we respond to the current novel coronavirus public health emergency. Due to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 outbreak, universities, companies, and the federal government have issued guidance related to travel and attendance at large gatherings. NIH also is urging that all large meetings and
The purpose of this document is to communicate the guidelines for the various CTSA Program Groups (Enterprise Committees, Consortium Committees, Working Groups and Discussion Forums) that were established to execute the recommendations of the NCATS Advisory Council Working Group on the IOM Report on the CTSA Program. CLIC has also compiled a list of Frequently Asked Questions about the CTSA Program Groups Guidance.
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