wiki:CTSA

IDR

May 18: we meet with CTSA staff; Jacklyn (sp?). Traditional meeting time is 2nd Weds of the month, 1pm ET. Interesting: she sends out the agenda. Somewhat in contrast to my style of running groups at W3C; sending out the agenda is sort of a key moment in chairing a teleconference.

  • CTSA Central no longer offers wiki hosting; rocket works for some sorts of collaborative publishing, but few in the IDR WG find it a suitable replacement for a wiki. Options...
    • host it at KUMC? expensive... non-neutral... end-game not clear
    • wikia? wikiversity? can't limit writers
    • Clinfowiki run out of U.T. Houston by Sittig, Goldstein, and company.

CTSA meeting notes

Frontiers Web Site

see also RequestTracking?, milestone:FrontiersWebsiteUserCentered

Apr 17 notes:

  • clinicaltrials.gov links?
    • What are all the trials going on?
      • could even work with studies at peer CTSA orgs
  • support for GCRC, eventually?
    • p.s. Mani took the ball to look into this in the June 26 informatics meeting.

Notes on DrupalIngeniux? approach

Grant Section Preparatory Activities

This page is used to record design meeting discussions regarding the informatics section of the CTSA grant.

  • CTSAFeedbackwithMattGerryJudy Collapsing notes from the week of July 12th
  • T1TranslationalPathology? discussion with Ossama Tawfik regarding T1 research needs that he sees from the Cancer Center and Pathology perspective, July 12, 2010
  • T1IAMI? discussion with Scott Weir regarding T1 research informatics needs to support innovation, July 23, 2010
  • T1KINBRE? discussion with Peter Smith regarding T1 informatics at KUMC and alignment to support innovation, August 3, 2010
  • PKPD discussion with Tim Welty regarding pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics support for Phase 1, 2, and 3 trials. August 9, 2010.
  • K30TrainingProgram? Meeting with Lance Cummins-Brown Feb 7, 2011

Center for Telemedicine & Telehealth

About CTSA

This consortium includes 46 medical research institutions located throughout the nation. When fully implemented by 2012, about 60 institutions will be linked together to energize the discipline of clinical and translational science. The CTSA consortium is funded by the National Center for Research Resources (NCRR), a part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). -- Clinical and Translational Science Awards

RegulatoryDiscussion?

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