Tag Archive: resources

Event: Improving Long Term Outcomes Research


On Tuesday, March 14 from 10-11 AM in Tilghman Auditorium, Dale Needham, MD, PhD and his research team will present the many FREE resources for conducting clinical research, funded by his National Heart Lung and Blood Institute R24 national infrastructure grant. This grant has created resources for clinical researchers conducting longitudinal follow-up studies, including: a database of common patient-reported and performance-based outcome measurements and standardized information about them; adaptable tools, templates, and manuals to maximize retention of research participants, including an interactive searchable database of >600 retention strategies; and a statistical tool to address “competing risk of mortality” when evaluating … Continue reading

Ask Me About Clinical Research


The Ask Me About Clinical Research campaign, administered by the Study Coordinator Apprenticeship and Mentorship Program (SCAMP), objective is to provide accurate information to anyone with questions about the clinical research process in a central location.  Johns Hopkins’ study team staff members, doctors and study coordinators on both the East Baltimore and Bayview campus that display “Ask Me About Clinical Research” buttons, will distribute information cards that will direct interested people to this web page.  Below you will find detailed resource guide materials and a printable resource guide. We are looking forward to getting staff involved in our campaign to … Continue reading