The Research Resource Network is a home for SHRP Research related activities to serve the SHRP community and connect with the UMDNJ and the public and support the research mission of the School.
|Title: “ No -Tears Review of Study Design and Statistical Testing"|
|Date: July 26, 2011|
|Location: Newark campus, MSB B610, from 1-4 pm|
Special guests: Bart Holland, PhD MPH, Marian Passannante, PhD
|Title: “ SHRP Research Workshop”|
|Date: March 15, 2011|
|Location: V-tel - multi campus locations from 10:00 to 12:00PM Newark#330, SP #330, Stratford # UEC 2117|
The Office of Research is hosting a "Research Workshop" in March for SHRP faculty and staff to become better familiar with the processes, procedures, requirements and forms from proposal to funding to close-out. The workshop is designed to focus on identifying key topics for review and discussion. They include: workflow and process of grants from point to point, authorized signatures and required forms, resources for external grants, the GAFA form line by line review, data collection and Coeus database updates as mandated by the University and much more. In addition, representatives from Grants and Contracts is scheduled to attend the workshop providing their area of expertise and identify their roles. We will wrap up with the post award issues and closing of grants. We encourage participation by bringing your questions and concerns to the table and share with others your experience. This event is by invitation only, however, you may contact Maria Constanten at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in attending.
Speaker:Gail Jensen, PhD, PT
TITLE:Shaping the Life of the Mind for Practice: Exploring the Role of Reasoning and Reflection
Abstract:The nature and development of expertise has been the focus of research across the health professions. In this session we will examine the conceptual frameworks of expertise with a particular focus on the critical importance of clinical reasoning and clinical judgment skills. The role of practical reasoning and its implications for professional education and research will also be addressed.
Speaker BIO:Dr. Jensen is Dean, Graduate School and Associate Vice President in Academic Affairs, Professor of Physical Therapy, School of Pharmacy and Health Professions and Faculty Associate, Center for Health Policy and Ethics at Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska. She holds a B.S. degree in education from the University of Minnesota, an M.A. in physical therapy and a Ph.D. in educational evaluation both from Stanford University. Dr. Jensen’s research interests, publications, and presentations span the areas of clinical reasoning, development of expertise, qualitative research, interprofessional education, and assessment. Dr. Jensen has served on several editorial boards and is currently deputy editor for Physiotherapy Research International and Associate Editor for Physiotherapy Theory and Practice and on the Editorial Board of Qualitative Health Research. She has co-authored eight books, most recently, Leadership in Interprofessional Health Education and Practice (2009), Expertise in Physical Therapy Practice (2ndedition, 2007), Educating for Moral Action: A Sourcebook in Health and Rehabilitation Ethics (2005) and the Handbook on Teaching for Physical Therapists(2nded,2002).
She participates in specialized and institutional accreditation serving as team leader for the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education and as a consultant evaluator for the Higher Learning Commission. She is a recipient of the American Physical Therapy Association’s Golden Pen Award, Lucy Blair Service Award, and a Catherine Worthingham Fellow.
The “1st Annual Research Day” was held on May 25, 2010 at the Scotch Plains Campus sponsored by the SHRP Committee on Research. Formerly called “Poster Day”. The event proved to be a successful day attracting over 120 guests who congregated in the Scotch Plains conference room on a warm sunny day greeted by a wall to wall display of 47 posters and abstracts.
Presented by: Dr. Jim Scheirer and Dr. Susan Gould Fogerite
Please join us for an informative and interactive lecture of interest to faculty at all stages, from thinking about doing research to NIH funded.
For more information please contact, Yvette Daily at 973 972-6379.
Infusing Research Opportunities into Curriculum February 17th from 12pm-2pm SSB Room 133, Newark; V Tel to Stratford, Piscataway and Scotch Plains Summary: This round table discussion will focus on strategies for incorporating research opportunities for students of all academic levels into curriculum. Faculty representatives from several SHRP departments will share
Research opportunities were discussed with new and relatively new Program Directors early in the year.