Career and Professional Development Sessions
Below are the career and professional development session recordings from the 42nd Annual North American Meeting which was held virtually durng October 2020. Closed captioning is availabe for each video by clicking the "CC" button within each video.
Career Development Panel: Publishing Your Research
Publishing is a key component of research; however, it can be challenging for early career and established researchers alike. This interactive panel brought together three unique perspectives to discuss how trainees and mentors can best navigate this process. The format included brief presentations from the panelists followed by an open question-and-answer period.
Insider Tips for Working with the NIH and PCORI
Drs. Karen Lee and Joanna Siegel discussed the process of obtaining funding from NIH and PCORI. They each presented some tips on working with their institutions and participated in a live Q&A. Karen Lee is the program director for NICHD's Behavioral Pediatrics and Health Promotion Program in the extramural research portfolio. Joanna Siegel is Director of Dissemination and Implementation at PCORI.
Brown Bag with Experts: Building Relationships with Funders: Ask me anything about grants and funding in the US and Canada
Dr. Matlock is the Director of the Colorado Program for Patient Centered Decisions at the University of Colorado Denver Anschutz Medical Campus. He has experience with funding from NIH, PCORI, AHRQ, DoD and more. Dr. Witteman is the Canada Research Chair in Human-Centred Digital Health and an Associate Professor in the Department of Family & Emergency Medicine, Université Laval (Laval University), Quebec City, Canada. Drs. Matlock and Witteman with share tips and resources to get your research funded.
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