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Ennever, Fanny K.; Nabi, Sean; Bass, Patricia A.; Huang, Lilly O.; Fogler, Emily C. – Journal of Research Administration, 2019
Clinical trials must address a number of laws, regulations, and other sources of requirements when communicating privacy and confidentiality protections to potential participants. This article outlines relevant requirements from Common Rule regulations, Food and Drug Administration regulations, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act…
Descriptors: Privacy, Confidentiality, Language Usage, Research
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Johnson, Marcus R.; Bullard, A. Jasmine; Whitley, R. Lawrence – Journal of Research Administration, 2018
Background & Aims: Lean methodology is a continuous process improvement approach that is used to identify and eliminate unnecessary steps (or waste) in a process. It increases the likelihood that the highest level of value possible is provided to the end-user, or customer, in the form of the product delivered through that process. Lean…
Descriptors: Personnel Selection, Employment Practices, Clinical Teaching (Health Professions), Medical Research
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Yates, Robin M.; Warren, Amy L. – Journal of Research Administration, 2017
Bridge-funding by tertiary-educational institutions allows researchers to continue their research in times of funding loss. With the ever-declining funding rates for major medical research institutions in North America, and the global economic downturn, it is crucial to critically assess institutional policies surrounding the allocation of…
Descriptors: Biomedicine, Financial Support, Financial Policy, Medical Research
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Brouwer, Rebecca Namenek; Deeter, Christine; Hannah, Deborah; Ainsworth, Terry; Mullen, Catherine; Hames, Betsy; Gaudaur, Heather; McKellar, Tara; Snyder, Denise C. – Journal of Research Administration, 2017
The field of clinical research has changed considerably in the past 20 years. As the work in this realm has come to embody far more than the pursuit of improved patient care, this has meant that staff supporting the research are asked to take on additional responsibilities, learn new processes, and be continuously educated on modernized policies…
Descriptors: Competence, Medical Research, Patients, Health Services
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Brandt, Edward N. – Journal of Research Administration, 2017
The field of biomedical research has undergone several changes in recent years. These include increased funding, the rapid development in scientific knowledge which speeds up the obsolescence of equipment, facilities and knowledge and the growing complexity of scientific problems. Research administrators can take steps to address these changes…
Descriptors: Periodicals, Research Administration, Medical Research, Biomedicine
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Russell-Simmons, Heather N.; Anthony, Cathy; Ballard, Marcia; Coffman, Jonathan; Gilbreath, Donna; Keys, Terry L.; Story, Danielle; Rogers, Jennifer; Gosky, David M.; Vanderford, Nathan L. – Journal of Research Administration, 2016
Academic careers and institutional reputations are closely linked with the ability to secure funding and publish work. In today's competitive environment, it is essential for research to be clearly communicated. In our experience, many researchers need assistance with communication skills, and institutions that offer professional services in…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Productivity, Case Studies, Faculty Publishing
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Philbin, Simon P.; Mallo, Charles A. – Journal of Research Administration, 2016
Higher education institutions are often required to design and deliver a range of strategic academic programs in order to remain competitive, support growth and ensure operations are financially sustainable. Such programs may include the creation of new research centers and institutes as well as the installation of major new research facilities.…
Descriptors: College Programs, Planning, Program Development, Case Studies
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Grieb, Teri; Horon, Jeffrey R.; Wong, Cassandra; Durkin, Jessica; Kunkel, Steven L. – Journal of Research Administration, 2014
Challenges that face the academic research enterprise are numerous. These concerns include, but are not limited to: declines in extramural funding for investigatorinitiated research, an aging faculty workforce (the average age of securing a faculty's first R01 is over 42), insufficient funds to support faculty laboratories, and limited access to…
Descriptors: Research Administration, Program Improvement, Governance, Educational Facilities Improvement
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Aroian, Karen J.; Robertson, Patricia; Allred, Kelly; Andrews, Diane; Waldrop, Julee – Journal of Research Administration, 2012
In the current era of limited funding, researchers need strategic alliances to launch or sustain programs of research to significantly impact the nation's health. This article presents a collaborative model, the Scholar Award Model, which is based on a strategic alliance between a College of Nursing in a research-intensive university and a…
Descriptors: Child Health, Partnerships in Education, Hospitals, Research Universities
Nelson, Cameron R. – Journal of Research Administration, 2012
This year the world commemorates the beginning of the tragic USPHS syphilis experiments that occurred in Tuskegee, Alabama from 1932 to 1972. In light of this sobering anniversary, this article will briefly examine four studies: the already mentioned USPHS syphilis studies in Tuskegee, the Nazi Holocaust Experiments and the resulting Doctors'…
Descriptors: Ethics, Medical Research, History, Informed Consent
Porter, Katie; Lampson, Sarah – Journal of Research Administration, 2011
To improve efficiency, consistency and transparency in clinical trial contract negotiations with industry sponsors, a Council of Academic Hospitals of Ontario (CAHO) committee facilitated the development of standard principles for member hospitals to follow during contract negotiation. Hospitals were encouraged to provide a link to the CAHO…
Descriptors: Hospitals, Foreign Countries, Position Papers, Administrative Principles
Robinson, Georgeanna F. W. B. – Journal of Research Administration, 2009
In recent years academic capitalism and a distancing from Mertonian scientific norms have shifted the traditional reward of academic science from peer recognition to the award of grants. With the shrinking of the NIH budget in real terms since 2003, there are increasing numbers of researchers whose careers are at risk from lack of funding. This…
Descriptors: Research Administration, Rewards, Professional Recognition, Grants
Abdel-Messih, Ibrahim Adib; El-Setouhy, Maged; Crouch, Michael M.; Earhart, Kenneth C. – Journal of Research Administration, 2008
Research is conducted in a variety of cultural settings. Ethical standards developed in Europe and the Americas are increasingly applied in these settings, many of which are culturally different from the countries in which these standards originated. To overcome these cultural differences, investigators may be tempted to deviate from ethical…
Descriptors: Ethics, Cultural Differences, Research Administration, Medical Research
Fedor, Carol; Cola, Philip; Polites, Stephanie – Journal of Research Administration, 2007
The reporting, analysis, and management of adverse events (AEs) provide an ongoing assessment of risk in the context of a clinical trial and enhance the protection of human research participants and the informed consent process. Effective and efficient review of AEs has been a long-standing challenge for Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) and…
Descriptors: Medical Research, Research Administration, Patients, Participation
Gist, Peter; Langley, David – Journal of Research Administration, 2007
PRINCE2, which stands for Projects in Controlled Environments, is a project management method covering the organisation, management, and control of projects and is widely used in both government and commercial IT and building projects in the UK. This paper describes the application of PRINCE2 to the management of large clinical trials…
Descriptors: Program Administration, Methods, Research Administration, Cost Effectiveness
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