We Partner 4 Research | Clinical Trials In Washington DC, VA, MD

Resources

​​​​Web-based Resources

ResearchMatch

ResearchMatch is a national recruitment registry that brings together researchers and people who are interested to learn more about research studies via a secured website. Learn more HERE.

 

​Patient Centered Research

This site was developed through a grant from the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) to address the question, "How can peers be more fully and meaningfully engaged in research on treatments?". The website was designed to be used by peers, researchers, and funders. www.PatientCenteredResearch.org

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Documents

 

Electronic Health Records

WashVA Recruiting via EMR Guide - This guide details the steps necessary to recruit through the Washington DC VA Medical Center electronic medical records. Learn more by completing the 'Document Request Form'.

Grant Boilerplate Language (Recruitment Services)

Interested in including language about our recruitment services in your next proposal? Complete the 'Document Request Form' to receive boilerplate recruitment services language.

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    Webinars/Seminar Slides

       Send us an email for a copy of the slides.

  • Systematic Review & Meta-Analyses: Procedures & Statistical Techniques (August 25, 2017)

Presenter:  John Kwagyan, PhD

Biostatistics, Epidemiology & Research Design

Howard University College of Medicine

  • Ethics, Regulations and Study Implementation for Research Involving Human Subjects (March 23, 2018)

This course is a brief overview of the regulations and ethics involved in conducting human subjects research. It is designed for investigators, study coordinators, and others who are responsible for facilitating and implementing specific components of research studies. Complete the 'Document Request Form' to the left to view the slides. Interested in future training courses? Let us know here.

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"" This project was funded in whole or in part with federal funding (UL1TR00010101 previously UL1RR031975) from the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS), National Institutes of Health, through the Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program (CTSA). , a trademark of DHHS, as part of the "Re-Engineering the Clinical Research Enterprise" project.