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Syllabus - What you will learn from this course

Week
1

Week 1

3 hours to complete

Translational Science - The Big Picture and T1 - Translation to Humans

3 hours to complete
8 videos (Total 59 min), 5 readings, 1 quiz
8 videos
The Big Picture - Part I (7:41)7m
The Big Picture - Part II (9:22)9m
The Big Picture - Part III (5:20)5m
The Big Picture - Part IV (7:00)6m
T1 - Translation to Humans - Introduction (10:48)10m
T1 - Translation to Humans Part I (6:59)6m
T1 - Translation to Humans Part II (8:37)8m
5 readings
NCATS Fact Sheet10m
The Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) Consortium and the Translational Research Model15m
Transforming Translation: Impact of Clinical and Translational Science15m
Translational biomarker discovery in clinical metabolomics: an introductory tutorial45m
The hematopoietic stem cell niche in homeostasis and disease15m
1 practice exercise
Module 1 Quiz40m
Week
2

Week 2

3 hours to complete

T2 - Translation to Patients and T3 - Translation to Practice

3 hours to complete
9 videos (Total 73 min), 6 readings, 1 quiz
9 videos
T2 - Translation to Patients - Part I (7:34)7m
T2 - Translation to Patients - Part II (6:50)6m
T2 - Translation to Patients - Part III (6:50)6m
T2 - Translation to Patients - Part IV (9:55)9m
T3 - Translation to Practice - Introduction (8:36)8m
T3 - Translation to Practice - Part 1 (6:18)6m
T3 - Translation to Practice - Part II (8:22)8m
T3 - Translation to Practice - Part III (9:26)9m
6 readings
Using Electronically Available Inpatient Hospital Data for Research15m
The mPower study, Parkinson disease mobile data collected using ResearchKit15m
Moving from the Laboratory Bench to Patients’ Bedside: Considerations for Effective Therapy with Stem Cells15m
Partnering to Reduce Environmental Hazards Through a Community-Based “Healthy Home Museum”:Education for Action15m
Health Services Research: An Evolving Definition of the Field10m
White Paper on CTSA Consortium Role in Facilitating Comparative Effectiveness Research15m
1 practice exercise
Module 2 Quiz40m
Week
3

Week 3

4 hours to complete

T4 - Translation to Communities and Participating in Clinical and Translational Research

4 hours to complete
10 videos (Total 74 min), 8 readings, 1 quiz
10 videos
T4 - Translation to Communities - Part I (9:15)9m
T4 - Translation to Communities - Part II (10:09)10m
T4 - Translation to Communities - Part III (7:43)7m
T4 - Translation to Communities - Part IV (6:58)6m
T4 - Translation to Communities - Part V (9:04)9m
Participating in Clinical and Translational Science - Introduction (4:12)4m
Participating in Clinical and Translational Science - Part I (5:26)5m
Participating in Clinical and Translational Science - Part II (3:51)3m
Participating in Clinical and Translational Science - Part III (8:13)8m
8 readings
Clinical and Translational Science: From Bench-Bedside to Global Village10m
Engaging the Community in the Dissemination, Implementation, and Improvement of Health-Related Research10m
Theoretical Model of Critical issues in Informed Consent in HIV Vaccine Trials15m
Chronic Diseases: The Emerging Pandemic5m
Recommendations for Planning Pilot Studies in Clinical and Translational Research10m
Strengthening the Career Development of Clinical Translational Scientist Trainees: A Consensus Statement of the Clinical Translational Science Award (CTSA) Research Education and Career Development Committees10m
Defining Translational Research: Implications for Training15m
Assessing Research Participants’ Perceptions of their Clinical Research Experiences15m
1 practice exercise
Module 3 Quiz40m

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