OSR Previous Seminars and Training Opportunities

In September 2009, the Office of Research Resources presented the Fall Research Seminar focusing on “Important Recent and Future Changes at the NIH.”  The following supplemental information is available for download:

In addition, all slide sets from the 2009 NIH Regional Seminar in Las Vegas, NV are available for download on the following topics:

In March 2009, the Office of Research Resources presented an updated seminar on National Research Science Award (NRSA) applications, with the August 2009 cycle requiring electronic submission. Slides are available for download:

In February 2009, Nancy Fugate Woods, PhD, RN, FAAN, immediate past dean, University of Washington School of Nursing, was a Visiting Professor at Columbia University School of Nursing. Download her presentation, “Clinical Scholarship and Practice Inquiry: Contributions of DNP- and PhD-prepared Nurses to Evidence-informed Practice”

The 2nd Annual Spring Research Seminar Series was presented in April 2008, focusing on the topics of Consultants and Subcontracts on Sponsored Projects. Slides are available for download:

In April 2008, the Office of Research Resources presented a seminar on National Research Science Award (NRSA) applications. Slides and handouts are available for download:

The 1st Annual Spring Research Seminar Series was presented in April 2007, focusing on the topics of Pre- and Post-Award Grant Preparation, InfoEd, and Accounts Payable. Videos, slides and handouts are available for download:

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Slides

Supplemental Handouts

Other opportunities for continuing education and research training include:

  • "Online: Developing Nurse Scientists" is an online course providing general research training for nurse scientists who are in the early stages of their career development. Through the completion of four self-paced modules, nurse scientists learn practical skills and strategies necessary for preparation as a principal investigator and the development of a successful program of research. Seasoned researchers and deans of schools of nursing designed course content within a variety of topical areas to include: (1) Overview of the NIH mission and organizational structure; (2) Description of key research funding mechanisms; (3) Essential elements of a competitive application for research grants; (4) The grant review process; (5) Recruitment of diverse populations for research; (6) Issues related to the ethical conduct of clinical research; and (7) Techniques for dissemination of research findings. Nurse scientists may register for the online research training course and complete the modules free of charge at this link: http://www.nursescientists.com/. To enhance learning, five videotapes that complement the online course content are available for purchase. This online course provides 5 educational contact hours through the Maryland Nurses Association.

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