Big Data Research Using Electronic Health Record Data from the Academic Health Center Information Exchange (AHC-IE)
Date: March 3, 2014
Presenters: Dean Connie Delaney and Dr. Bonnie Westra, UMN School of Nursing
Description: AHC Information Exchange (AHC-IE) is a strategic initiative incorporating a fully automated platform of systems, applications, databases and analytical tools to support interdisciplinary health research and clinical care.
EXPERTS@Minnesota: Research Networking Systems and Online Identities
Date: Feb. 17, 2014
Presenters: Jon Jeffryes, UMN Libraries
Description: The presentation provided a tour of custom UMN programs and databases: Experts@Minnesota, UMN Profiles and Pivot. These tools allow interdisciplinary collaborators to locate funding opportunities. The session also demonstrates how to customize researcher profiles and set up funding alerts.
Creating a Data Management Plan for Your Grant Application
Date: Jan. 8, 2014
Link: PowerPoint/Audio and Data Management Checklist
Presenters: Lisa Johnston and Liz Weinfurter, UMN Libraries
Description: The presentation focuses on factors to consider in creating a data management plan with a focus on data preservation issues and tools for sharing data, such as subject-based repositories.
CTSI Services for Accessing Clinical Data
Date: Nov. 7, 2013
Presenters: Drs. Zohara Cohen, UMN Institute for Health Informatics and Bonnie Westra, School of Nursing/Center for Nursing Informatics
Description: Seminar provides an overview of tools and resources such as the Informatics Consulting Service and i2b2, a cohort discovery tool.
MyNCBI and RPPR: NIH Partners to a Successful Progress Report
Date: Oct. 2, 2013
Presenters: Jim Beattie, UMN Health Sciences librarian and Frances Spalding, Sponsored Projects Administration training coordinator
Description: This presentation outlines how the MyNCBI bibliography feature can assist with NIH Public Access Policy compliance and flows into the Research Performance Progress Report (RPPR) module in the eRA Commons.
Opportunities through the School of Nursing Laboratory of Clinical Physiology
Date: Sept. 5, 2013
Presenters: Ulf Bronas, PhD, AT.C., AT.R.
Description: Dr. Bronas provides an overview of ongoing clinical trials and research opportunities that are available through the School of Nursing's Laboratory of Clinical Physiology (SoN-LCP). The research vision and goal of the SoN-LCP is to become the leading School of Nursing clinical physiology laboratory that will provide cutting-edge and innovative clinical physiology nursing research services to educate and benefit the community.
UMN $52 Million Clinical and Translational Science Award ~ Transforming Nursing Research: Implications for Research Trajectories
Date: May 20, 2013
Presenters: Dean Connie Delaney, Drs. Sue Henly, Karen Monsen and Bonnie Westra, UMN School of Nursing
Description: This seminar summarizes the nursing research impact of the UMN-CTSA in terms of investment, innovation and benefits of collaboration. The combined presentations from School of Nursing faculty will address the AHC Information Exchange platform (clinical data, tools and applications), ‘large data’ discovery, and critical examination of CTSA implications for nursing science. This session was also integrated into one of nursing's first massive open online course (MOOC) offerings at UMN.
A Program of Research: From Clinical Question to Business Opportunity
Date: April 26, 2013 – Nursing Research Day at McNamara Alumni Center
Presenter: Dr. Kathryn Bowles, University of Pennsylvania, School of Nursing
Description: This session was the keynote presentation for the School of Nursing’s annual Nursing Research Day.
Tips on Obtaining PubMed Central IDs and Compliance Information for NIH Grant-Related Publications
Date: Feb. 18, 2013
Presenters: Wayne Loftus, Web Services Coordinator, UMN Health Science Library and Dr. Joseph Gaugler, Associate Professor, School of Nursing
Description: This session provides an overview of the compliance issues and ramifications from the NIH Public Access Policy requiring the use of PubMed Central identifiers (PMCIDs) for peer-reviewed journals that result from NIH funded projects. Also, a look inside the eRA commons for a demonstration on how to apply for a PMCID.
IRB Issues to Consider in Community-Based Participatory Research
Date: Jan. 28, 2013
Presenter: Cynthia McGill, University of Minnesota Human Research Protection Program
Description: This presentation satisfies the Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) continuing education requirement. Ms. McGill discusses the strengths, opportunities, and challenges in conducting community-based participatory research (CBPR) and the risks and benefits of involving the community in relevant research.
National Research Service Award (NRSA) Overview
Date: Nov. 26, 2012
Presenters: Drs. Lyn Bearinger, Linda Chlan, Jayne Fulkerson, Siobhan McMahon and NRSA recipient, Erica Schorr
Description: This session provides an overview of National Research Service Award (NRSA) program and how to prepare an application for this award, named after Dr. Ruth L. Kirschstein, who was the first female director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Tips from Study Section Grant Reviewers
Date: Oct. 25, 2012
Presenters: Drs. Linda Chlan, Joseph Gaugler and Diane Treat-Jacobson
Description: SoN faculty, experienced in the NIH grant review process, share their tips, recommendations and insight on preparing proposals and what reviewers look for....
Office of Nursing Research & Scholarship/Post-Award Office Updates
Date: Sept. 26, 2012
Presenters: Pat Bender, Deb Brown, Dr. Ann Garwick, Susan Harris, Gina McCabe, Linda Molloy, Christi Powers and Sue Wikstrom
Description: ONRS and the School of Nursing business office present pre-and-post grant award updates along with tips on intranet resources and the poster ordering process.
mHealth: Engaging and Empowering Consumers
Date: March 29, 2012
Presenters: Drs. Madeline Kerr, Bonnie Westra and Susan Henly
Description: Mobile devices and applications are providing easy access to health-related information, empowering people to monitor parameters of their personal health, and create new platforms for interventions. Novel research approaches in the mHealth ecosystem will also be discussed.
Short Duration Study of Long Duration Change: The Accelerated Cohort Design
Date: March 8, 2012
Presenters: Drs. Sue Henly and Elizabeth Lando-King
Description: Obtaining complete longitudinal datasets to study health-related developmental trajectories over long periods of time is challenging and costly. The accelerated cohort design is an alternative that links growth curve segments from adjacent cohorts observed for shorter, overlapping time periods to create the overall trajectory. An example from adolescent health will be used to illustrate model specification and assessment of curve convergence across cohorts using MPlus as a computing platform.
Examples of How to Use RedCAP for Research and Administration
Date: Feb. 9, 2012
Presenters: Sue Lowry and Dr. Jayne Fulkerson
Links: Part 1: Description and Function of RedCAP --- Part 2: Application and Use in a Research Project
Description: REDCap (or Research Electronic Data Capture) is a free, secure web application used to build and manage online surveys and databases. This open source data capture software was developed by Vanderbilt University and is used extensively by clinical and translational science researchers. Currently nearly 200 UMN staff and faculty use REDCap on more than 100 projects. Sue Lowry, of the Clinical and Translational Science Institute’s Biostatistical Design and Analysis Center (BDAC) will describe its functionality for data capture, scheduling, ad hoc reporting and advanced features such as branching logic and calculated fields. Dr. Jayne Fulkerson, director of the School of Nursing’s Center for Child and Family Health Promotion and principal investigator of HOME Plus, will discuss how her team uses REDCap in both an administrative and clinical trial capacity.
School of Nursing Diversity Book Club Review: “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” by Rebecca Skloot
Date: Jan. 26, 2012
Moderator: Dr. Laura Duckett,Facilitator: Dr. Cynthia Gross, Moderator
Description: An SoN Diversity Book Club discussion of the 2010 best selling book "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks," that describes the collision between ethics, race, medicine, scientific discovery and faith healing. This session fulfills the Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) credit.
Building and Sustaining Interdisciplinary Research Teams: Strategies for Success
- Linda Chlan, PhD, RN, School of Nursing
- Annie Heiderscheit, PhD, MT-BC, FAMI, LMFT, Center for Spirituality & Healing
- Debra Skaar, PharmD, College of Pharmacy
- Mary Fran Tracy, PhD, RN, CCNS, FAAN, UMMC, Fairview Critical Care Nurse Specialist
- Craig Weinert, MD, MPH, School of Medicine; Director - UMMC Medical ICU
Description: In this presentation panelists provided insight, advice, examples and team experience from working together on interdisciplinary research projects that used music as an intervention to reduce anxiety and promote relaxation in critically ill patients on ventilator support.
UMN Principal Investigator Financial Reports
Date: Nov. 14, 2011
Presenter: Pat Bender, SoN Finance Manager
Description: School of Nursing Post-Award Grants Managers provide tips for PIs and project coordinators on how to use the new UMN reports.
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Multiple Data Sources: Examples from Administrative Claims, Health Procedure Checklists, Official Records and Self-Reported Surveys
Date: May 19, 2011
Presenter: Barbara McMorris, PhD
Description: Dr. McMorris discusses challenges that a researcher faces in managing data from a broad spectrum of sources and reporters.
Navigating the New Universe of Data: Finding Your Niche in Informatics and How I Found Mine
Date: April 13, 2011
Presenter: Susan Henly, PhD, RN
Description:This seminar involved a discussion about the potential of informatics for nursing research.
Developing an International Research Network for Nursing Knowledge Discovery
Date: March 17, 2011
Presenter: Karen Monsen, PhD
Description: Dr. Monsen described the driving forces contributing to the rapidly expanding Omaha System Partnership for Knowledge Discovery and Health Care Quality. She provided brief highlights of her health care quality research findings, including new methods and metrics based on meaningful use of Omaha System clinical data.
The Building of Project Wings, a Multi-Component Mental Health Promotion Intervention:Fundings, Findings and Future Steps
Date: Feb.10, 2011
Presenter: Carolyn Garcia, PhD, MPH, RN
Description: Dr. Garcia presented an overview of Project Wings, a health promotion intervention for young Latina women. The seminar highlighted the strategies and steps taken toward building a health promotion intervention. Current NIH evaluation criteria were used to organize the presentation and to provide attendees with tips/ideas useful in their own programs of research.
These presentations date back to 2006 from the P20 Center for Health Trajectory Research.