Webinar: Tips for Manuscript Publication
During this webinar, Dr. Margarita Alegría provided an overview of how to structure a paper, guidance and recommendations for preparing manuscripts for publication and addressing reviewer commentary. This hands-on webinar gave an overview of key tips as well as specific examples from publications that went through the peer review process. Dr. Alegría reviewed one publication from the New Connections network to help provide input on crafting a successful submission.
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Webinar: NIH Grant Review Process
During this webinar, we simulated a National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant review using applications prepared by New Connections Network members. Webinar presenters gave an inside look at the type of commentary and analysis that typically occurs during an actual NIH grant review and offered participants deeper insights about the key points and considerations to focus on when developing applications.
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Webinar: Quantitative Analysis in Health Services
How can researchers use administrative claims data, particularly from government programs like Medicare, to inform their research? Find out with the next New Connections Webinar, Quantitative Analysis in Health Services, featuring researcher Dr. Vicki Fung. The 90-minute webinar will take place on Tuesday, December 19 at 2 p.m. EST.
Dr. Fung will focus on the use of administrative claims data for health care research. The webinar will explain what administrative claims data are, briefly describe examples of commonly used data sources (with a focus on Medicare claims data), the methodological advantages and disadvantages associated with these data, and opportunities for linking these data with outside data sources.
Dr. Fung leads multiple federally funded studies that examine the effects of changes in health care financing, including in Medicaid, Medicare, and for federally qualified health centers, on medical care use, outcomes, and medical spending. She also collaborates on studies that examine the post-Affordable Care Act (ACA) insurance market, the effects of value-based insurance policies, and interventions to improve care delivery and outcomes for patients with serious mental illness. Her studies bridge multiple types of data, including data from electronic health records, claims data, and patient and provider surveys, and explore approaches for maximizing the value of electronic data sources.
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Webinar: Beyond Peer Reviewed Journals: Putting Ideas into Action
Creating ideas is one thing, and putting them into action is another. How do you advance your ideas, research, or publication so that they can inform policies and practices?
New Connections in partnership with RWJF and Metropolitan Group hosted this 90-minute webinar Beyond Peer Reviewed Journals: Putting Ideas into Action.
Hear from New Connections participants on their real-world experiences and get ideas to shape a plan to promote your own work and ideas. Presenters include: Dr. Wrenetha Julion, PhD, MPH, RN, FAAN, Department Chair and Professor, Department of Women, Children and Family Nursing, College of Nursing, Rush University; and Dr. Erualdo Gonzalez, Professor of Chicana and Chicano Studies at California State Fullerton, College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
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