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Engaging Patients in Person Nearly Triples Research Registry Enrollment

Engaging Patients in Person Nearly Triples Research Registry Enrollment

Participant recruitment is a major challenge for clinical research, but a recent pilot study showed that the Emergency Department Research Associate Program nearly tripled enrollment in the university’s clinical research registry.

Four Ways Academic Organizations Can Boost Clinical Trial Results Reporting

Four Ways Academic Organizations Can Boost Clinical Trial Results Reporting

Academic research organizations struggle to comply with expanding federal requirements for registering and reporting results of clinical trials. Luckily, a recent survey suggests four things organizations can do right now to boost compliance.

UR CTSI Offers Survey to Understand, Improve Participants’ Research Experience

UR CTSI Offers Survey to Understand, Improve Participants’ Research Experience

Collect feedback from your study participants and learn how to improve their research experience with the Research Participant Survey, offered by the UR CTSI. The ten-minute survey is available in REDCap for all clinical investigators to use.

Restructuring Clinical Research at URMC

Restructuring Clinical Research at URMC

In the midst of restructuring the clinical research enterprise at URMC, search committees are working to identify internal candidates for two top clinical research positions: Senior Associate Dean for Clinical Research, a position currently held by Jill Halterman, M.D., M.P.H., and Director of the Clinical Research Office, a newly created role. 

Do the Drugs that Keep HIV Patients Alive Damage Their Brains?

Do the Drugs that Keep HIV Patients Alive Damage Their Brains?

URMC researchers are studying whether drugs used to keep HIV patients alive could be damaging their brains. Early results from their clinical study suggest that these drugs do not pose a threat to the brain - at least in the short-term. 

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