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Onramps Lane 3: Develop an Area of Scholarly Impact

For the second year, 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, 2018, 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 at Faculty Development Day on January 8, 2019, and a final update in May 2019. Group leaders may also apply to the Office of the Provost for additional funds to support the group’s work.

2018-2019 Onramp Groups

Review the scholarship projects from 2017-2018.

Pediatric Social Enrichment Groups: Outcomes of Interprofessional Collaboration


Leader: Andrea Fairman, OT faculty

Collaborators:

Research Question: What is the efficacy of a Lego club on outcomes for children, parents, and students?  

Roles for co-authors

  • Research design
  • Literature review
  • Data collection
  • Data analysis
  • Manuscript drafting
  • Manuscript editing
  • Programmatic support

Intended outcome: Program development, delivery, and dissemination in presentation and publication

Timeline: Deliver 5-week program in October-November 2018; Analyze data by February 2019; Prepare manuscript by June 2019

Current stage: Pilot

Area of impact: Scholarship of application; scholarship of teaching and learning

Previous experience: Depending on the role, interest and experience in pediatric OT or SLP, ability to provide hands-on support of the program, interest in developing and capturing outcomes measures

Time Commitment: 2-3 hours per week including biweekly team meetings

 


 

Updated Antiretroviral Therapy for Pregnant Women


Leader: Patrice Nicholas, SON faculty

Collaborators

  • Meredith Scannell, SON faculty
  • Susan Stevens, SON faculty

Research Question: What is the scope of the literature regarding antiretroviral therapy for pregnant women, particularly those who may be immunocompromised?

Roles for co-authors

  • Research design
  • Data analysis
  • Literature review
  • Manuscript drafting
  • Manuscript editing

Intended outcome: Presentation and manuscript

Timeline:  Manuscript submission by summer 2019

Current stage: Literature Review

Area of impact: Scholarship of application

Previous experience: Previous scholarly work

Time Commitment: 2-4 hours per week and biweekly team meetings

 


 

Health Literacy: Is the Emphasis on the Wrong Syllable?


Leader: Inge Corless, SON faculty

CollaboratorPatrice Nicholas, SON faculty

Research Question: To query the assumption about the responsibility for health literacy

Roles for co-authors

  • Literature review
  • Manuscript drafting
  • Manuscript editing

Intended outcome: Manuscript

Timeline: Manuscript submission by December 2018. Additional papers may result.

Current stage: Literature review

Area of impact: Scholarship of application

Previous experience: Ability to probe the literature

Time Commitment: 3 hours per week and biweekly team meetings

 

 

Does It Make a Difference? Race/Ethnicity of Patient and Provider


LeaderInge Corless, SON faculty

Collaborator: None

Research Question: Does similarity or difference in patient/provider racial/ethnic background have an impact on health outcomes?

Roles for co-authors

  • Literature review
  • Manuscript drafting
  • Manuscript editing

Intended outcome: Manuscript

Timeline: Manuscript submission by January 2019

Current stage: Literature review

Area of impact: Scholarship of application

Previous experience: Experience with literature review

Time Commitment: 3 hours per week and biweekly team meetings