Tag Archive: Clinical Research

Partnerships


We understand the importance of working with the local community to share and disseminate clinical research findings.   We strive to build and maintain relationships with those that have a common goal. This is a working list of current and potential Johns Hopkins University community partners in Baltimore City, inclusive of student, staff and faculty participation in programs or organizations.   HopkinsLocal Website

PaTH Network


PaTH is a Clinical Research Network comprised of Geisinger Health System, Johns Hopkins University, Johns Hopkins Health System, Penn State College of Medicine, Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Temple Health System, Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University, the University of Pittsburgh, UPMC and UPMC Health Plan, The Ohio State University, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, University of Michigan, and Michigan Medicine. By working together as one network, we’re able to learn from larger and more diverse populations than a single health care system could. Further, we work directly with patients, care providers, and the … Continue reading

Protection of Patient Data


Johns Hopkins has multiple IT policies regarding the protection of patient data. Diana Gumas, Senior Director for Clinical Research Information Technology, is responsible for working with the Johns Hopkins Medicine Data Trust, the Institutional Review Boards, and the clinical research community to facilitate compliance with policies and address and resolve special data protection needs. The goals of our data protection policies are to ensure compliance with all applicable federal, state, and local law; to safeguard and protect all IT Resources from anything other than authorized and intended use; and to provide protection to academic, clinical, financial, research, and all other … Continue reading

Study Team Trainings


This page contains information on various research trainings. Please click on the plus sign for details.

Anne Arundel Health System


Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC), a regional health system headquartered in Annapolis, Md., serves an area of more than one million people. Founded in 1902, AAMC includes a 385-bed not-for-profit hospital, a medical group, imaging services, a substance use treatment center, and other health enterprises. In addition to a 57-acre Annapolis campus, AAMC has outpatient pavilions in Bowie, Kent Island, Odenton and Waugh Chapel. Clinical Research at Anne Arundel Medical Center starts with the dedicated physicians, nurses, and other medical professionals whose interests include the advancement of medical science. It comes together with the support of our team of professional … Continue reading

Peninsula Regional Medical Center


Peninsula Regional Medical Center (PRMC) in Salisbury, Maryland offers the widest array of specialty and subspecialty services on the Delmarva Peninsula. At 275 acute care beds, PRMC is the region’s largest, most advanced tertiary care facility, and has been meeting the healthcare needs of Delmarva Peninsula residents since 1897. Its 3,300 physicians, staff and volunteers provide safe, compassionate and affordable care designed to exceed the expectations of the nearly 500,000 patients who rely on the Medical Center team each year for inpatient, outpatient, diagnostic, subacute and emergency/trauma services. It is the region’s oldest healthcare institution with the most experienced team … Continue reading

Research Coordinator Clinical Skills Trainings


The ICTR has secured training  modules for the most common training needs and provides competency checklists for each skill in the content below.   If your research group does not have the resources to provide clinical skill training and skills check off, this is available on a first come first serve basis at our adult outpatient Clinical Research Units located on both the East Baltimore and Johns Hopkins Bayview campus. For questions, please review the FAQ. *To view myLearning courses, login to myJHU, and click on the appropriate link. If your research group does not have the resources to provide … Continue reading

Epic Star Data Warehouse


The Star Data Warehouse is an analytical healthcare database that brings together Epic and non-Epic data, such as patient satisfaction information, in one simplified reporting database to vastly improve query ease and efficiency of data extraction for a key subset of data in Epic. To learn more about the Star Data Warehouse implementation at Johns Hopkins Medicine, please visit the the JHM SDW website. Please note, this is an internal website, visible only on the Hopkins network. Benefits Epic and non-Epic data in one place. Information from outside of Epic next to Epic data can be used to create reports … Continue reading

Clinical Research Management System (CRMS)


CRMS is a web-based tool designed to organize and streamline clinical research management designed to improve communication among study team members. CRMS has the following main features: Protocol information from eIRB2 Registry of study participants Management of study accruals Consent tracking Secure location for study-related documents Pre-configured and adhoc reports Multiple interfaces with Epic, including sending data to Epic about the study and the study participants CRMS must be used by studies which could result in a patient bill. It may also be used by retrospective studies to define the study cohort in order to facilitate data extraction from Epic … Continue reading

Information for Investigators


Welcome Investigators Capitalize on a dynamic community of investigators, institutional collaborations, rapid access to industry-sponsored studies, and a diverse patient population.  The JHCRN is positioned to help you conduct studies, identify new research opportunities, and facilitate academic-community hospital collaborations. Johns Hopkins University faculty interested in expanding their study outside of Hopkins to the JHCRN is encouraged to contact Dr. Adrian Dobs at adobs@jhmi.edu, or jhcrn@jhmi.edu to discuss how the network can assist Investigators with a letter of support and study conduct. Once an Investigator decides to pursue collaboration with the network, a Network Coordinator will be assigned to the Investigator … Continue reading

Operant Performance Measures


State-of-the-art Operant Performance Measures are available to investigators through the NBRU at Kennedy Krieger Institute. Direct observation of behavior, conducted in areas that simulate naturalistic settings, is accomplished by the use of computers with accompanying customized software that allows for the simultaneous recording of up to twenty behaviors for real time analysis, including conditional probability calculations.