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If you are considering conducting research in primary care practices, Center for Community Health (CCH) and its practice-based research networks can help you. CCH can introduce you to clinician partners, identify ways to implement your research in practice settings and focus your research to optimally addresses clinician needs.

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Funding to cover critical gaps in clinical and translational science research is available through the NUCATS voucher program. These awards of up to $2,500 are available on a rolling basis. Additional information, including application instructions and eligibility criteria, is available here.

To apply for a voucher click here.

Registration is available for the upcoming Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) series, mandatory for all postdoctoral fellows and junior faculty who have received NIH or other training awards that require RCR training. Classes will be held from 3:30 - 5pm on Wednesdays from Sept. 20 through Dec. 6 in Wieboldt Hall on the Chicago Campus.

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Access the fall syllabus here.

Funders are increasingly encouraging the active engagement of patients, clinicians and stakeholders to ensure that the research answers questions important to patients and other stakeholders and that the research findings can be shared and implemented efficiently and effectively. The Center for Community Health (CCH) can help researchers, community-based clinicians, and/or community or patient groups to connect with each other.

Consult with CCH about strategies and assistance with brokering and building partnerships.

Are you worried about the quality or predatory nature of the journals you’re publishing in? Check out these tips on evaluating your target journals from Karen Gutzman, Impact and Evaluation Librarian.

If you would like additional assistance, contact the Metrics and Impact Core at Galter Library to learn more about the metrics available for evaluating the quality of journals.