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1 Introduction The Rockefeller University Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) partnered with Clinical Directors Network (CDN), a primary care practice-based research network (PBRN) to create community-academic partnerships to conduct clinical and translational research in medically underserved settings including HRSA-funded Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs). CCTS and CDN have implemented a distance learning program to engage community-based practicing primary care clinicians. Methods A series of fourteen one-hour CME-accredited webcasts (eSeminars) included virtual lectures or simulcasts of CCTS Clinical Research Seminars presented by CCTS Faculty and Clinical Scholars over a 2.5 year period. Topics reflected the intersection of CCTS Faculty expertise, CDN’s clinicians and clinical needs of FQHCs. Viewer/attendees completed an online evaluation at the end of each session. Results A total of 483 participants from over 46 states and US territories completed the sessions. Respondents included physicians (15%), dentists (6%), nurse practitioners (9%), nurses (36%), and administrators (9%). To date, 60% of presenters not previously involved in community-engaged research have begun to conduct studies in FQHCs and/or have submitted funding proposals to conduct community-engaged research. Conclusions This interactive approach served as the initial interaction between CCTS’s Faculty and Clinical Scholars and CDN’s community-based primary care clinicians. There is interest among community- based primary care clinicians in participating in CCTS studies, with nursing professionals comprising nearly 40% of participants. This indicates an under-recognized opportunity for engaging nursing professionals in conducting community-engaged research, and strong interest among CCTS faculty and scholars in developing studies with FQHC-based clinicians. This distance learning platform promotes bi-directional community-engaged research. Rockefeller University Center for Clinical and Translational Science - Clinical Directors Network Community Engagement Clinician eSeminars Funded in Part by NCRR Grant #5UL1RR “TRANSFORMING CLINICAL AND TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION AT ROCKEFELLER” (PI: Barry Coller, MD) Attendance & Evaluation OccupationTotalPercentage MD: Family Medicine22% MD: Internal Medicine33% MD: Pediatrician45% MD: OB-GYN00% Dentist67% Nurse Practitioner1011% Nurse3236% RD/Nutritionist67% Administrator22% Social Worker11% Phys. Asst.00% Pharmacist22% Other, Please Specify2023% Total88100% What Is Your Occupation? The Overall Quality Of The Webcast Was: How Well Did The Webcast Meet Your Overall Expectations? With What Ethnic Group Do You Identify Yourself With? Please Rate The Presenter The Delivery Of The Webcast Was: The Information Content Of The Webcast Was: Suggested Topics For Future Continuing Medical Education (CME) Sessions: The Organization Of The Webcast Was: Conclusions Using Web-based Distance Learning as a Bridge to Engage Academic Researchers and Community-based Primary Care Clinicians in Collaborative Translational Research Jonathan N. Tobin, PhD 1,2 ; Rhonda G. Kost, MD 2 ; Peter Holt, MD 2 ; Scott Westervelt, MS 1 ; Omesh Persaud, BA 1 ; Barry Coller, MD 2 1 Clinical Directors Network (CDN), 5 West 37 th Street, 10 th Floor New York NY Rockefeller University Center for Clinical and Translational Science, 1230 York Avenue, New York NY ABSTRACT: Webca st # PresenterTitle of Session Date of Productio n # of States Represente d Live Viewing Library Viewing Total Viewing As of March 31, 2010 Evaluations Completed 1 Martin Markowitz, MD Acute HIV Infection - Clinical Presentation, Diagnosis and Management 6/20/ Lisa M. Neff, M.D.Pharmacotherapy for Obesity10/16/ (PR & Mexico) Barry S. Coller, MD Anti-Platelet Therapy in a Community Care Setting 12/13/ Edgar Charles, MD Hepatitis C Virus Infection and B Cell Disorders 10/23/ Peter Holt, MD Colon Cancer: Screening and Prevention 11/13/ Manish Ponda, MD Cardiovascular Disease in Chronic Kidney Disease 1/21/ James Krueger, MDPsoriasis: More Than Skin Deep1/22/ Patricia Maningat, MD Statin Myopathy for Primary Care Physicians 9/17/ Bruce McEwen, PhD Protective and Damaging Effects of Mediators of Stress and Adaptations 10/7/ Sarah J. Schlesinger, MD HIV-1 Vaccines, Challenges and New Approaches 11/16/ Kenneth Olden, PhD, ScD Control of Chronic Diseases Through Application of Knowledge of Gene-Environment Interaction and Public Health Practice 12/2/ Thomas Farley, MD, MPH Translating Research into Public Health Improvements in New York City 12/9/ Judith A. Aberg, MDHAART to Heart1/20/ Beatrice A. Golomb, MD, PhD Statin Effects and Side Effects3/17/ TOTAL (& PR, Mexico) ParticipationTotal Total Sessions14 Total Attendance483 Total Evaluations Completed88 Evaluation Response Rate18% This interactive approach served as the initial interaction between CCTS’s faculty and scholars and CDN’s community-based primary care clinicians. Of ten CCTS Heads of Lab and Clinical Scholars who presented online rounds without prior community engagement experience, 60% are currently developing community-based studies with CDN, indicating strong interest among CCTS Faculty and Scholars in developing studies with FQHC-based clinicians. There is interest among community-based primary care clinicians in participating in CCTS studies, with nursing professionals comprising nearly 40% of participants. This indicates an under-recognized opportunity for engaging nursing professionals in conducting community-engaged research. This distance learning platform promotes bi-directional community- engaged research. What Is Your Gender? What Is Your Degree? DegreeTotalPercentage MD/DO1315% DDS/DMD56% NP89% PA00% MSW/CSW00% RN2225% LPN33% MPH/MPA/MBA78% PharmD00% Other, Please Specify3034% Total88100% TOPICS, PRESENTERS AND PARTICIPANTS DiabetesOther/Clinical · Diabetes · Childhood dental health and the impact of maternal dental care · Diabetes with the homeless· Men's Health issues · Most recent information about diabetes· MRSA with the homeless · The relationship between HTN, diabetes, elevated cholesterol and cardiomyopathy · Other topics in integrative and preventive medicine · High blood pressure treatment, diabetes treatment · The effects of GINA on conducting health risk assessment and health promotion · Suggestions for the care of chronic diseases (hypertension, diabetes, asthma). · Substance Abuse and Concomitant Problems Cardiovascular Disease· Immune Disorders related to arthritis · Cardiovascular health · More information on how to help change needed environmental negatives · Cardiology, CHD, and chronic diseases· Experiences at genetic clinics · Depression, heart disease and cancer· Leaky bowel syndrome · Types of cholesterol-reducing therapies· Sickle-cell anemia HIV/AIDS · Colon cancer, how to increase screening rates · More information on accuracy of HIV Ab testing · Hepatitis · Other HIV topics in sequence-sort of mini curriculum A-Z · Pain management · HIV test education, counseling and outreachOther/Non-Clinical · More studies about the HIV vaccine· How to educate the public effectively Nutrition· Coding in primary care · Nutrition· Ways to foster medical compliance · Nutrition related treatment · Any chronic disease/condition that can be aided through diet · Writing for a RO1 research grant, preparing posers and abstracts, Statistical preparation for Epidemiologists using various statistical software (SAS, SPSS, STATA and others) · How food affects mood · Vegetarian diet in kidney disease, as a part of therapy · Obesity and genetic counseling


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