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Onramps Lane 3: Develop an Area of Scholarly Impact 2017

Starting in 2017, all faculty members will have access to an Onramp to support them in gaining experience with scholarly dissemination. Each scholarly Onramp group is led by a faculty member with expertise around a specific theme and plans to produce a publication by the end of the academic year.

Please contact Peter Cahn by September 15, 2017 to volunteer to join an Onramp to scholarship. By expressing interest in becoming a co-author, you are committing to participate in the project until its completion. Each group will present a progress report in January 2018 and a final update in May 2018. Group leaders may also apply to the Office of the Provost for additional funds to support the group’s work. 

Onramp Groups 2017-2018

Review the 2018-2019 projects. 


 

Human Trafficking and Health Consequences


Leader: Patrice Nicholas, SON faculty

Collaborator: Susan Stevens, SON faculty

Research Question: What are the health consequences related to human trafficking?

Roles for co-authors

  • Literature Review

  • Manuscript drafting

  • Manuscript editing

Intended outcome: Policy publication

Timeline: Submission by January 2018

Current stage: Outline

Area of impact: Scholarship of application

Previous experience: None

Time Commitment: 30 hours

 


 

Health Literacy: A Systematic Review


Leader: Patrice Nicholas, SON faculty

Collaborators

Research Question: What is the scope of the literature regarding health literacy in early intervention for children?

Roles for co-authors

  • Data analysis

  • Literature Review

  • Manuscript drafting

  • Manuscript editing

Intended outcome: Manuscript

Timeline

  • Draft manuscript by January 2018

  • Submission by May 2018

Current stage: Literature Review

Area of impact: Scholarship of application

Previous experience: Interest in health literacy

Time Commitment: 60 hours

 


Computers and Patients in the ED


Leader: Sue Farrell, CIPSI faculty

Collaborator: Heather Valenova Dayag, master's student

Research Question: What is the interface between care providers, the computer, and the patient in an academic emergency department?

Roles for co-authors

  • Data collection

  • Data analysis

  • Manuscript drafting

Intended outcome: Manuscript

Timeline: January 2018

Current stage: Final stage of data collection

Area of impact: Scholarship of application

Previous experience: Qualitative data collection; writing

Time Commitment: 20 hours

 


Gender and Standardized Patients


Leader: Sue Farrell, CIPSI faculty

Collaborator: Stephen Pelletier, Harvard Medical School

Research Question: What is the relationship between student gender and standardized patient (SP) gender in an OSCE scenario of near-peer substance use?

Roles for co-authors

  • Data analysis

  • Literature review

  • Manuscript drafting

Intended outcome: Abstract and possible short report

Timeline: January 2018

Current stage: Data collection complete

Area of impact: Scholarship of teaching and learning

Previous experience: Experience with writing

Time Commitment: 20 hours

 


An Assessment of Faculty Readiness to Facilitate Simulation-Based Learning


Leader: Deb Navedo, CIPSI faculty

Collaborator: None

Research Question: How can faculty be prepared to teach effectively in simulation environments?

Roles for co-authors

  • Data collection

  • Data analysis

  • Literature review

  • Manuscript drafting

Intended outcome: Manuscript with recommendations for faculty development

Timeline:

  • Data collection by January 2018

  • Manuscript draft by May 2018

  • Submission by December 2018

Current stage: IRB submission

Area of impact: Scholarship of teaching and learning

Previous experience: Genuine curiosity about teaching and learning

Time Commitment: 2 hours per week

 


Implementing an Interprofessional Preceptor Development Program in Primary Care


Leader: Pat Reidy, SON faculty

Collaborators

Research Question: What is the impact of a formal preceptor training for primary care clinicians working with students across health care disciplines?

Roles for co-authors

  • Literature review

  • Manuscript drafting

  • Manuscript editing

Intended outcome: Manuscript

Timeline: June 2018

Current stage: Under development

Area of impact: Scholarship of teaching and learning

Previous experience: Interest in preceptor development for the primary care setting

Time Commitment: 60 hours