The Recruitment & Retention Office of the Johns Hopkins Institute for Clinical & Translational Research will co-host with the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing a workshop on the use of clinical information systems to recruit patients into research.
The cost of the workshop is $250 and faculty and staff are eligible to use the JHU Tuition Remission Plan to cover the fee. Please bring a completed and signed copy of the form with you to the workshop. This workshop qualifies as a non-credit professional development course. Students and Postdocs are eligible to receive a scholarship from the ICTR to cover the workshop fee.
Who Should Attend?
Faculty, staff, and students with an interest in patient recruitment into clinical research
- Introduce the latest clinical information systems available to support Hopkins research.
- Present case examples that illustrate how to recruit using clinical information systems
- Review ethical & data security issues to consider when using clinical information to recruit patients into research.
- Listen and learn how research teams view the use of clinical information to recruit patients into research
|The workshop will include a review and hands on demonstrations of the following:|
- I2B2: Program that allows access to de-identified clinical data for use in projecting enrollment& determining the feasibility of reaching target population & recruitment goals.
- Epic: Electronic medical record system used to identify, communicate with and enroll patients into clinical research
- MY CHART: Epic system component used to promote two-way communication between patient and research teams. Patients can use program to complete surveys and contact research teams about research participation opportunities
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