02 Aug Request for Suggestions – Nucleating Workshops
Nucleating Workshops to Facilitate Team Science and Community Engagement
Phase I. Request for Suggestions 2016
The primary objective of the Nucleating Workshops is to develop and facilitate multidisciplinary team research collaborations targeting specific health topics identified by the community. In addition, workshops aim to involve a more diverse group of stakeholders, thus expanding team diversity. Members of the community, patients, as well as other appropriate participants (e.g. social workers, teachers, public health and teaching professionals etc.) are invited to participate. Multi-disciplinary teams will have the opportunity to apply for a CTSI Proposal Development Grant to develop and conduct a research project that is based on the selected topic of the Nucleating Workshop.
Not accepting suggestions currently
Suggestions will be solicited four times yearly for workshops from stakeholders.
The proposals for suggestions must address the following areas:
- Identification of a health topic (What is your suggestion for a research idea for a workshop?)
- Identification of the potential audience (Who do you think should attend this workshop? Please list specific people or organizations you have in mind.)
- Identification of potential speakers (Do you have a speaker in mind who is an expert on the health topic you have suggested and could present on the topic at the workshop?)
- Description of the proposed workshop planning team (Who should be involved in planning the workshop? Please list specific people and/or organizations you have in mind.)
- Description of how the workshop will build collaborations (How do you think the workshop might bring people together to address a community health topic?)
Suggestions with the greatest potential to generate multi-disciplinary collaborations and maximize community engagement will be selected by a Review Committee.
Proposals for suggestions can be presented in either MS Word of Pdf format. Note that there is a 2-page limit. Please use Arial with font no smaller than size 10. Use double-space text. Margins should be at least ½ inch on all sides.
Phase II: Request for Proposals 2017
CTSI Proposal Development Grant Submission Opportunity
Building upon the successful completion of the Workshop, multi-disciplinary teams will have the opportunity to apply for a CTSI Proposal Development Grant (PDG). A Request for Proposals (RFP) for a PDG will be announced during the workshop. The RFP deadline will be within 6 weeks from the date of the workshop. Accepted proposal(s) will receive up to a $5,000 grant (Note: A detailed budget will be required). In order to facilitate progress of the PDG, a TRIAD Navigator will be assigned to the group as a condition of funding. NOTE: It is expected that successful proposals will subsequently lead to the submission of a CTSI or external grant submission within 6 months from the PDG award date.
A description of a sound research project development plan and a budget detailing expenses must be provided. The research plan should be organized under the following sections:
- Specific Aims
- Background and Significance
- Progress Report/Preliminary Studies
- Research Design and Methods
- *Plan for Data and Safety Monitoring
- **Training in Responsible Conduct of Research
- Literature Cited
Will be accepting proposals
Proposals will be solicited four times yearly during workshops from stakeholders.
Proposal Submission Deadline:
April 26, 2017
*Plan for Data and Safety Monitoring
Studies that involve clinical trials (biomedical and behavioral intervention studies) must include a description of the plan for data and safety monitoring of the research and adverse event reporting to ensure the safety of subjects.
**Training in Responsible Conduct of Research
The proposals must include a brief description of a program to receive formal or informal instruction in scientific integrity or the responsible conduct of research. Proposals without plans for instruction in the responsible conduct of research will be considered incomplete. Candidates should consider instruction in the following areas: conflict of interest, responsible authorship, policies for handling misconduct, policies regarding the use of human and animal subjects, and data management. Document prior instruction in, and propose plans to receive, instruction in the responsible conduct of research in terms of subject matter and duration of instruction.
Note: There is a 4-page limit for the research proposal. Please use Arial with font no smaller than size 10. Margins should be at least ½ inch on all sides.
Clarification of Award
Up to $5,000 is awarded for a grant that is valid for six months (from the date of receipt of funds) for CTSA services to further develop and complete a research proposal directed at a specific intramural RFA or extramural funding (NIH, NSF, etc.). The grant can be used for services such as bio statistical consultations, coordinator support time.
- Proposal Submission Deadline: April 26, 2017
- Proposal Review: May 2017
- Notification letters sent out: June 1, 2017
- *Application due for intramural RFA or extramural funding: December 1, 2017
- *Date is subject to change depending on RFA deadlines
The submission link will be activated during the submission time frame. If you have any questions, please contact Darshita Sheth at firstname.lastname@example.org