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Workshop: Guidance on Policy, Priority Areas, & Resources for Conducting Health & Wellness Research with Chicago Public Schools & Evanston School Districts
Chicago - 1:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Attention all Researchers, Evaluators, and Community Partners interested in collaboration with Chicago Public Schools or Evanston Schools on issues of Health & WellnessJoin us for this Workshop: Guidance on Policy, Priority Areas, & Resources for Conducting Health & Wellness Research with Chicago Public Schools & Evanston School Districts LOCATION: Wieboldt Hall 339 East Chicago Avenue 4th Floor, Room 408. Chicago, IL 60611 The session will cover: » Policies & procedures for conducting research in Chicago Public Schools (CPS) and Evanston schools, including overview of CPS Research & Review Board process, requirements and timelines for collaboration projects» Research & evaluation priorities for CPS offices working on health-related issues» Resources available to support research collaborations (e.g. data sharing, grants, partnership support through Northwestern’s School of Education & Social Policy's Office of Community Education Partnerships (OCEP) and Feinberg School of Medicine’s Alliance for Research in Chicagoland Communities (ARCC)» Examples of previously successful research/evaluation partnerships» Questions & Answer session with CPS, Evanston, and Northwestern representatives Session speakers will include representatives from the CPS Research and Review Board, Office of Student Health and Wellness, and Office of Social & Emotional Learning and Northwestern’s Office of Community Education Partnerships and Alliance for Research in Chicagoland Communities. Please RSVP & submit questions in advance to: ARCC@northwestern.edu
Chicago - 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
An introduction to basic concepts in research data management including University retention requirements, data management plan requirements, data documentation, file naming conventions, metadata, and sharing research data.
Chicago - 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Accurate, transparent, and replicable research is the backbone of evidence-based healthcare. This class explores key concepts and tools to help authors improve the quality of their manuscripts and readers evaluate existing research.