10. Resources on the CUSON Shared Network Drive
The “Grant Exemplars” folder has been updated with new .pdfs of the Research Plans of CUSON grants, including a recently funded R21, “Exploratory Study Using Queueing Theory to Improve Nurse Staffing Effectiveness” (PI: Stone), an R03 with a score in the 1.2 percentile, “Automated Fall and Injury Prevention for Behavioral Health (AFIP-BH)” (PI: L. Currie), and an R36 AHRQ Dissertation Grant “Error and Near-Miss Reporting of Infection-Related and Other Pediatric Events” (PI: C. Brennan).
The ORR has once again expanded its list of “boiler plates” for use in the “Resources” section of NIH and other grant applications. There are now over 140 boiler plates in the “Resources Boiler Plates” folder on the CUSON shared drive. They are listed as individual Word and .pdf documents in categorized folders (e.g., “Centers,” “Clinics and Clinical Resources,” etc.) Of particular note, new additions include CUSON’s newly funded P30 Center for Evidence-based Practice in the Underserved (PI: S. Bakken) and resources available through Columbia University’s newly funded Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) to create the Irving Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (IICTR).
In addition to the boiler plates, the shared drive has numerous other resources for research-related endeavors, such as: