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Welcome to Partners in Research! A community where you can share your health-related research interests as a patient, researcher or healthcare advocate.

Everyone in the stakeholder community--especially patients, caregivers, and their clinicians--are vital to developing research that empowers patients and their families.

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Aug 29, 2016 · @community · This is the latest research report about standards.Staff Engagement

This is the latest research report about standards.

Staff Engagement

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Aug 17, 2016 · @community · Testing Tags and Hashtags in a Public Group

Hashtags didn't seem to work from the private group but I'll have to test that #option as a user in Frank's group before reporting as a bug. [...]

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Aug 17, 2016 · @community · What about #community

What about #community [...]

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Aug 17, 2016 · @community · Hmmm #best_practices

Hmmm #best_practices [...]

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Aug 17, 2016 · @community · Now what if I add the hashtag #Best-Practices

Now what if I add the hashtag #Best-Practices [...]

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Aug 17, 2016 · @community · Add tags defined by the site administratior

Add tags defined by the site administratior [...]

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Aug 2, 2016 · @community · Testing posts on tag page - Patients

Testing to see what the tag page looks like when you add a hashtag - #patients [...]

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Aug 2, 2016 · @community · Testing WP posts into activity stream

Can I add a formatted post into the activity stream and into a group at the same time? #patients

  • Must use Wordpress Tags
  • Do Wordpress tags function just as discussion tags do?
In any case, it doesn't look like we can post into a [...]

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Aug 2, 2016 · @community · How does formatted posts work?

If I check "Allow formatted posts directly to activity stream (Group administrators & moderators only)" what is different? What can I do that I couldn't do before? [...]

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Aug 2, 2016 · @community · Test multiple hastags

Can we tag a message using #multiple, #hastags, #commas [...]

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Aug 2, 2016 · @community · Testing #patients post hashtags into groups.

Testing #patients post hashtags into groups.

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Testing #post, #replies

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Aug 1, 2016 · @community · How to tag a dsicussion

How does one add tags to discussion. Testing #screening [...]

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Jul 20, 2016 · @community · Be sure to fill out profile: http://partnersinresearch.carehubs.com/account/

Be sure to fill out your profile: http://partnersinresearch.carehubs.com/account/

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Mar 2, 2016 · @susie_a · Here's an article that makes a really strong case for what’s needed [...]

Here's an article that makes a really strong case for what’s needed in rare disease research -- A network that's really efficient in conducting clinical trials in rare diseases. http://www.pcori.org/blog/how-patient-centered-outcomes-research-helps-families-rare-diseases [...]

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Dec 16, 2016 · @anonymous_user_10987 · Brain Research Symposium

Nearly two decades ago, Portland State University embraced a new approach to education — one that made the community an active partner in the classroom. Students and faculty put theory to practice and work with businesses, nonprofits, civic groups, and government agencies to solve real problems facing our region. [...]

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  • Implementing Limits on Grant Support to Strengthen the Biomedical Research Workforce May 2, 2017
    NIH realizes that, as stewards of the American investment in biomedical sciences, we must do all we can to protect the future of the biomedical research enterprise, taking additional measures regardless of our budget situation. In the opening pages of this blog, we noted that our increasingly hypercompetitive system is threatening the future of biomedical […]
  • Certificates of Confidentiality for NIH Grants April 28, 2017
    Earlier this year I wrote a post about the 21st Century Cures Act and its changes that directly affect the NIH. One part of this new legislation contains provisions to improve clinical research and privacy through certificates of confidentiality. Currently, certificates of confidentiality (or “CoCs”) are provided upon request to researchers collecting sensitive information about […]
  • Applications, Resubmissions, and the Relative Citation Ratio April 25, 2017
    Measuring the impact of NIH grants is an important input in our stewardship of research funding. One metric we can use to look at impact, discussed previously on this blog, is the relative citation ratio (or RCR). This measure – which NIH has made freely available through the iCite tool – aims to go further […]
  • A Reminder of Your Roles as Applicants and Reviewers in Maintaining the Confidentiality of Peer Review April 7, 2017
    Imagine this: you’re a reviewer on an NIH study section, and receive a greeting card from the Principal Investigator (PI) on an application you are reviewing. A note written inside the card asks that your look favorably upon the application, and in return, the PI would put in a good word with his friend serving […]
  • Following Up On Interim Research Products March 28, 2017
    The role of preprints -- complete and public draft manuscripts which have not gone through the formal peer review, editing, or journal publishing process – continues to be a hot topic in the biological and medical sciences. In January, three major biomedical research funders – HHMI, the MRC, and the Wellcome Trust, changed their policies […]