Department of Radiation OncologyRadiation Biology Research DivisionAll Division Meeting 12am-1pm in Room 8-146A; Lunch will be served at 11:45am
Department of Radiation OncologyRadiation Biology Research DivisionPI Meeting 12am-1pm in STCR 8-120 (Oval conference room)
Seth Himelhoch, MD, "Hepatitis C Virus - Risk Assessment and Treatment Considerations Among People with Serious Mental Illness"
PennChart Research Workflow - OCR
This course includes enrolling subjects in a research study, maintaining the enrollment record, attaching the research guarantor to the subject's registration and scheduling visits. Staff will also learn how to access, navigate and review the EMR (Electronic Medical Record). Included in this class are: placing research orders, adding clinical documentation, entering and associating orders, entering new encounters and working with the InBasket functionality. Upon completion of this course you will have the ability to place and pend research orders. Lunch is not provided.
Time: 9:00am - 3:00pm
Location: 2nd floor of Founders Cafeteria; computer lab is located in the back of the dining hall door on the left.
1-2pm following chart rounds in PCAM 4 board room
Attendees will also learn about the various resources and tools within REDCap including
• Building data collection forms using the Data Dictionary method
• Longitudinal Data Collection projects
• Events and Arms10
• Project Settings
• Survey Settings
• Importing Data
• Mobile App
This is a joint workshop which will be hosted by OCR’s office of audit and compliance and the IRB. The session will discuss what you should do when you receive an audit report and how to create an appropriate corrective action plan. The IRB staff will discuss the process for following-up with the IRB after an audit report and incorporate a refresher on items that qualify for real time reporting to the IRB.
Date: August 24th
Location: Biomedical Research Building (BRB) Auditorium
2:00 pm Fundamentals of Pharmacology (PHRM623) Introduction – 10-100SCTR
Rhea Sumpter, MD, PhD
Instructor, Department of Internal MedicineUniversity of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Topic: "Novel functions of Fanconi anemia proteins in selective autophagy and inflammation"
LOCATION: CRB Austrian Auditorium
Guest speaker, Rhea Sumpter, MD, PhD, Instructor, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center will deliver a chalk talk on Wednesday, August 3 @ 9:00 am in the 501 Johnson Pavilion conference room.
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
8030 Maloney Building
If you have not had a chance to attend one of our previous meetings; this is open to all Clinical Research Coordinators, Project Managers, Directors and the like, to foster your professional development and network with colleagues.
Please Join Us!
As of July 2016, all current and new Perelman School of Medicine (PSOM) Sponsors of INDs, IDEs, or CTAs/Comparable International Regulatory Filings (CIRFs) are required to complete Sponsor Registration. In addition, Sponsors are required to complete Sponsor training. Sponsors outside of PSOM are encouraged to complete Sponsor Registration and Sponsor training as well. This session will detail and answer questions regarding the requirements of Sponsor Qualifications and the Processes for Registration and Training, as well as offer helpful guidance to current and potential IND, IDE, and CTA Sponsors.
LOcation: 251 BRB
Advisor: Dr. Michael Betts
Advisor: Dr. Sandra Ryeom
Location: Reunion, JMB
Location: Austrian Auditorium, CRB
Advisor: Dr. Richard Schultz
NAME: Weibo Cai, PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison TALK TITLE: "Molecular Imaging, Image-Guided Drug Delivery, and Theranostics"
"Organizing living matter: the role of phase transitions in biology and disease"
The Office of Clinical Research and PennChart Research are hosting a “demo” of the upcoming functionalities for PennChart/ EPIC Research only.
This upgrade is expected to have a large impact on Research workflows including Billing review .Trainings for PAH and CCH will start September 9th 2016.
This Research Demo of PennChart is scheduled to occur on August 23rd, 9-12pm at SCTR Auditorium (Smilow). Please make every effort to attend.
Demo will be divided based on workflows as follows (approximate times): 9am-10am: Scheduling/ associating/ ordering for Research, Research dashboard and notifications, 10am- 10:30am: Q&A, 10:30am-11am- Research Billing Review, Charge Correction for Research, 11- 11:30am: Q&A.
PennChart/ EPIC upgrades are scheduled to happen on October 22, 2016 at PAH and CCH, and on March 4, 2017— HUP, PPMC, HCHS.
Many people think that to get what they want out of life, they have to be aggressive. Others feel that if they just wait around patiently, good things will come to them. Well, they are both wrong! Passive people who don’t vocalize their needs rarely get what they want, and aggressive people look like big bullies and people steer clear of them! Being assertive is the sweet spot and it falls right in the middle between being passive and being aggressive.
Assertive people can express their desires while respecting the needs of others and they stand a much better chance of getting what they want and deserve.
Join us as we explore ways to build positive assertiveness skills.
We are all different. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®(MBTI®) classifies different ways that people relate to one another and provides powerful insights into our own communication styles and the communication styles of others. Understanding your style and how it compares to someone else's can lead to better communication, more productivity, increased employee satisfaction and ultimately better results.Upon enrollment, participants will be sent a link to (MBTI®) assessment. Participants must complete the (MBTI®) in advance of the class in order to participate.