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Autism Research, Eldon Schulz, MD, Corry Robinson, PhD, RN

Autism Research, Eldon Schulz, MD, Corry Robinson, PhD, RN

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  • 1. Autism Treatment Network  & Autism Intervention Research – Physical Health  Network Opportunities for Collaboration MCHB LEND Directors Spring Meeting March 6‐7, 2010 __________________________________ Corry Robinson, PhD, RN Presented by Eldon G. Schulz, MD LEND Director
  • 2. ATN Mission and Goals • Improve access to comprehensive, multidisciplinary care for  children and youth with ASD • Continuous quality improvement of clinical care • Development, implementation, and dissemination of clinical  practice guidelines • Conduct research to answer the questions parents bring to their  doctors
  • 3. ATN Centers (14) * Indicates proximity to DBP site • Baylor College of Medicine • Cincinnati Children’s Hospital* • Columbia University* • Kaiser Permanente Northern California* • Kennedy‐Krieger Institute • MGH/LADDERS/Lurie Center* • Oregon Health & Science University • Toronto Autism Network (Bloorview Kids Rehab, Surrey Place Centre and  the Hospital for Sick Children) • University of Arkansas/Arkansas Children’s Hospital* • University of Colorado/The Children’s Hospital • University of Missouri • University of Pittsburgh • University of Rochester • Vanderbilt University 
  • 4. ATN in 2009 – Clinical Activities • Over 1800 children enrolled in Registry • ATN Centers provide care to over 5000 children and youth with ASD • Education and training provided to more than 20 communities  through more than 65 presentations • Piloting three clinical treatment algorithms to develop evidence‐ based guidelines and improve quality of care
  • 5. The Autism Intervention Research – Physical Health Network (AIR‐P) • Funded by Combating Autism Act Initiative (CAAI) through the  Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) • Mission is to develop evidence based guidelines regarding diagnosis  and management of children with ASD • Mission is to conduct research regarding autism treatments • Mission is to conduct community outreach to increase awareness of  autism and the need for autism research
  • 6. Opportunities for Collaboration • ATN Centers are encouraged to develop collaborations  with other CAAI sponsored programs such as MCHB  LEND Training Programs and MCHB Developmental‐ Behavioral Pediatrics Training Programs • Collaboration may occur in any domain – research,  teaching, clinical care, etc. • MCHB Developmental‐Behavioral Pediatrics Training  Programs have expressed strong interest in collaborative  research activities
  • 7. Ongoing Opportunities for Collaboration Collaboration is encouraged but not required – You have a choice! • Mining existing ATN Registry data: – LEND Programs may submit ATN Data Analysis Request Form to  ATN Data Coordinating Center (DCC) & Clinical Coordinating  Center (CCC) – DCC provides data report and limited analytic support for  concept development  – LEND Programs may submit ATN Concept Development Form for  initial review by ATN CCC and ATN Scientific Review Committee • Identify ATN Investigators with similar research interests – Connect with ATN sites/investigators to discuss opportunities  for collaboration on new/existing research activities
  • 8. Ongoing Opportunities for Collaboration Collaboration is encouraged but not required – You have a choice! • Shared participation in conferences for the autism community – LEND faculty speak at AIR-P conferences and vice-versa • AIR-P sites may provide alternative options for LEND clinical training • Shared technical assistance activities • Other??
  • 9. Support Parameters • ATN / AIR‐P is not able to provide funding for any LEND  projects – No allowable salary support for LEND faculty or trainees – No allowable mentorship support   • Completed ATN/AIR‐P and LEND Program projects must  adhere to all ATN / AIR‐P policies regarding presentation  and publication – ATN Manual of Procedures will be available to LEND  investigators/mentors