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Centers for Population Health and Health Disparities Managing Human Subjects Project Managers Toolkit

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Managing Human Subjects Research Projects: A Tool Kit for Project Managers was written by seasoned project managers from more than eight institutions nationwide. The authors came together to document their experiences operationalizing multidisciplinary research programs in order to assist other project managers involved in nationwide research initiatives focused on reducing health disparities. The authors’ institutions and research projects differ with respect to research emphasis, organization and structure In addition authors are from diverse educational cultural,and ethnic backgrounds and represent professionals with varying years of experience in both academic and community settings. Managers pooled their resources, individual practices and guiding principles, critically analyzed the resulting data and selected overarching practices common to the coordination and management of research at any large academic institution. The resulting document is a work in progress which has proven to be an invaluable( and not often available) learning opportunity for participating researchbased administrative personnel .

Centers for Population Health and Health Disparities

Is this tool available publicly? Yes - free

Online at: http://cancercontrol.cancer.gov/populationhealthcenters/cphhd/CPHHDToolkit.pdf

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English

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Project Manager Tool Kit

Keywords:

human subjects, protocols, project manager

Addresses these goal(s):

  • Establish or maintain effective team science endeavors
  • Provide institutional support for team science
  • Provide training for team science to team members or students

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Resource created by Janet Okamoto on 3/22/2011 10:48:22 AM.

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