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Developing a Research ProgramDeveloping a Research Program
Victoria L. Champion, DNS, RN, FAANVictoria L. Champion, DNS, R...
Do I have what is needed?
 Doctorate
 Research and statistical skills
 Logic
 Persistence
 Ability to focus
 At leas...
 Family
 Peers
 Mentor
 Supportive work
environment
 Balanced life
 Dog
Maintaining a Support System
 Doctoral program and mentor that
support program of research
 Doctoral program should have research
intensive environme...
 Part of your experience should be
working on research teams of your
mentor
 Should have 3-5 publications when
finishing...
 Significant problem
 Passion
 Fundable
 Leads to other research problems
Defining a Research Focus
 Postdoctoral experience at different
institution
 Mentor who is successful researcher
and has time to mentor
 Outcome ...
 Research intensive environment
 Active funded researchers to support
 Infrastructure support
 Budget
 Editing
 Peer...
 Mentoring Others
 Reviewing at all levels
 Working collaboratively across
disciplines and areas of research
 Advocati...
Victoria L Champion, DNS, RN, FAAN
Distinguished Professor & Associate
Dean for Research
Edward W. and Sarah Stam Culliphe...
 F31- National Research Service Award-
Predoctoral
 F32- National Research Service Award-
Postdoctoral
 F33- National R...
 T32- National research service award-
institutional
 K08-Mentored clinical scientist
development award
Career Developme...
 K22-Transition career development
award
Career Development Awards
Junior Faculty in Independent Position
 K07-Cancer Prevention & Control
Career development award
 K25-Mentored quantitative research
development award
Career D...
 K24-Mid-career Investigator in patient
oriented research
 K05-Senior scientists who have
outstanding track records and ...
 High School- RPGS
 Undergrad- RPGS
 Predoctoral Research supplements
(T32’s)
 Postdoctoral (T32’s)
Minority Opportuni...
 Internal funds
 Private foundations (ACS)
 R03
 R15
 R21
Finding Research Support
 Interdisciplinary
 Across Disciplines
 Across Universities
 Across Public/Private
Foundations
Collaboration
 Interdisciplinary
 Working collaboratively over time
 Mutual benefit to members
 Synergistic
Characteristics of
Succe...
 Low repeat mammography screening
 Colorectal cancer screening at 25% of
recommended levels
 Smoking cessation
 Protec...
 Understanding information
 Decision making
 Symptom management
 Communication
 Prevention of future complications
Di...
 Prevention of new and recurrent
cancer
 Surveillance for recurrence and
psychosocial late effects
 Intervention for co...
My Journey
 Breast cancer screening
 Descriptive
 Intervention
 Other cultures
 Delivery methods
 Cost effectiveness
 Differen...
 Focus on QOL
 Focus on post diagnosis
 Developing others
 Developing the field
Journey (cont.)
 Internal Funds
 NIH
 R29- Descriptive
 R01- Intervention
 R01- Intervention (Delivery methods)
 R01- Intervention (...
 ACS
 African American breast cancer screening
 QOL in Younger Survivors
Funding Progression (cont.)
 P30- Co-I
 Program Director of Cancer Prevention
& Control
 R25 Training Grant
 P01
Funding Progression (cont.)
 QOL in Ovarian Germ Cell
 QOL in breast cancer survivors
 Symptom management
 Enlarging focus to other preventive
beh...
 What does your research mean to
survivors and families
 How does your research decrease
morbidity and mortality of canc...
 Single author
 Nursing
 Other journals
 Chapters
 Books
 Multiple authorship
Publications
 Nursing Research
 RINAH
 Cancer
 Medical Care
 Oncology Nursing Forum
 Preventive Medicine
 Journal of Women’s Hea...
 Take healthcare to consumer
through technology
 Build educational programs
 Translate findings to
practice
 Remember ...
Walther Cancer Center
Developing the Field
B C O G
BehavioralBehavioral
CooperativeCooperative
Oncology GroupOncology Group
Behavioral Cooperative Oncology Group
BBehavioralehavioral
CCooperativeooperative
OOncologyncology
GGrouproup
((BBCCOOGG))...
Mission:
Conduct behavioral research to:
Increase cancer prevention/ control, improve
quality of life, and improve compreh...
Goals
 Enhance the quality and quantity of
behavioral and cancer control research
across the cancer care continuum.
The g...
 Target particular populations
Focus on Special Populations
and on Prevention / Early Detection
 Prevent problems or catch them early
 Rethink health care system and
reimbursement
Emphasize Prevention/
Early Detection
 Encourage behavioral research
 Believe in what we’re doing
 Share results
Change the focus of health care
research at ...
 Focus
 Set aside structured time
 Build on prior work
 Make the outcome getting grants
or articles submitted
 Listen...
 Move past negative critique
 Must be open to failure
 Sometimes the falls are greater because
the steps are bigger
Suc...
Any man who afflicts the
human race with ideas must
be prepared to see them
misunderstood.
H. L. Mencken (1880 - 1956)
US ...
Every day you may make progress. Every
step may be fruitful. Yet there will
stretch out before you an ever-
lengthening, e...
A journey of a thousand
miles begins with a
single step.
Lao-tzu, The Way of Lao-tzu
Chinese philosopher
(604 BC - 531 BC)...
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  • Predoctoral up to 5 years about $21,000
    Post doctoral-up to 3 years-Stipend based on experience
    F33-2 years To provide opportunities for experienced scientists to make major changes in research careers-must have at least 7 years relevant postdoctoral research
    T32-awarded to school
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    1. 1. Developing a Research ProgramDeveloping a Research Program Victoria L. Champion, DNS, RN, FAANVictoria L. Champion, DNS, RN, FAAN Indiana University School of NursingIndiana University School of Nursing Research
    2. 2. Do I have what is needed?  Doctorate  Research and statistical skills  Logic  Persistence  Ability to focus  At least 15 years left in career  Ability to receive and use critique  Passion
    3. 3.  Family  Peers  Mentor  Supportive work environment  Balanced life  Dog Maintaining a Support System
    4. 4.  Doctoral program and mentor that support program of research  Doctoral program should have research intensive environment  Dissertation should be 1st step in a program of research  Submit application for NRSA Doctoral Education
    5. 5.  Part of your experience should be working on research teams of your mentor  Should have 3-5 publications when finishing PhD, preferable 1 that is 1st authored Doctoral Education
    6. 6.  Significant problem  Passion  Fundable  Leads to other research problems Defining a Research Focus
    7. 7.  Postdoctoral experience at different institution  Mentor who is successful researcher and has time to mentor  Outcome of postdoctoral program should be submitted grant Postdoctoral Program
    8. 8.  Research intensive environment  Active funded researchers to support  Infrastructure support  Budget  Editing  Peer-review  Structured research time Selecting a Postdoctoral Position
    9. 9.  Mentoring Others  Reviewing at all levels  Working collaboratively across disciplines and areas of research  Advocating and educating public about importance of behavioral research Developing the Science
    10. 10. Victoria L Champion, DNS, RN, FAAN Distinguished Professor & Associate Dean for Research Edward W. and Sarah Stam Cullipher Endowed Chair Mary Margaret Walther Professor Indiana University School of Nursing Developing a Program of Research
    11. 11.  F31- National Research Service Award- Predoctoral  F32- National Research Service Award- Postdoctoral  F33- National Research Service Award- Senior Fellow NIH Training Award
    12. 12.  T32- National research service award- institutional  K08-Mentored clinical scientist development award Career Development Awards Postdoctoral and mentored junior faculty
    13. 13.  K22-Transition career development award Career Development Awards Junior Faculty in Independent Position
    14. 14.  K07-Cancer Prevention & Control Career development award  K25-Mentored quantitative research development award Career Development Awards Postdoctoral and Mentored Junior Faculty
    15. 15.  K24-Mid-career Investigator in patient oriented research  K05-Senior scientists who have outstanding track records and need protected time to mentor and teach  F33-NIH National Research Service Award Established Investigators
    16. 16.  High School- RPGS  Undergrad- RPGS  Predoctoral Research supplements (T32’s)  Postdoctoral (T32’s) Minority Opportunities
    17. 17.  Internal funds  Private foundations (ACS)  R03  R15  R21 Finding Research Support
    18. 18.  Interdisciplinary  Across Disciplines  Across Universities  Across Public/Private Foundations Collaboration
    19. 19.  Interdisciplinary  Working collaboratively over time  Mutual benefit to members  Synergistic Characteristics of Successful Research Teams
    20. 20.  Low repeat mammography screening  Colorectal cancer screening at 25% of recommended levels  Smoking cessation  Protective behaviors-STD Prevention / Detection Needs
    21. 21.  Understanding information  Decision making  Symptom management  Communication  Prevention of future complications Diagnosis
    22. 22.  Prevention of new and recurrent cancer  Surveillance for recurrence and psychosocial late effects  Intervention for consequences of cancer and treatment  Coordination of care Survivorship Needs
    23. 23. My Journey
    24. 24.  Breast cancer screening  Descriptive  Intervention  Other cultures  Delivery methods  Cost effectiveness  Different agencies  Translation to other screening behaviors  Combining behaviors From Basic to Translational
    25. 25.  Focus on QOL  Focus on post diagnosis  Developing others  Developing the field Journey (cont.)
    26. 26.  Internal Funds  NIH  R29- Descriptive  R01- Intervention  R01- Intervention (Delivery methods)  R01- Intervention (Tailored)  R01- Intervention (Interactive Computer and African American)  R01- Cost-effectiveness and DVD  R01- Adding another behavior Funding Progression: Screening
    27. 27.  ACS  African American breast cancer screening  QOL in Younger Survivors Funding Progression (cont.)
    28. 28.  P30- Co-I  Program Director of Cancer Prevention & Control  R25 Training Grant  P01 Funding Progression (cont.)
    29. 29.  QOL in Ovarian Germ Cell  QOL in breast cancer survivors  Symptom management  Enlarging focus to other preventive behaviors Funding Shift
    30. 30.  What does your research mean to survivors and families  How does your research decrease morbidity and mortality of cancer Beyond Grants and Publications
    31. 31.  Single author  Nursing  Other journals  Chapters  Books  Multiple authorship Publications
    32. 32.  Nursing Research  RINAH  Cancer  Medical Care  Oncology Nursing Forum  Preventive Medicine  Journal of Women’s Health  Psychosocial Oncology Journals
    33. 33.  Take healthcare to consumer through technology  Build educational programs  Translate findings to practice  Remember consumer Focus on Changing Technology
    34. 34. Walther Cancer Center Developing the Field
    35. 35. B C O G BehavioralBehavioral CooperativeCooperative Oncology GroupOncology Group
    36. 36. Behavioral Cooperative Oncology Group BBehavioralehavioral CCooperativeooperative OOncologyncology GGrouproup ((BBCCOOGG)) Duke IU U of M OSU BCOGBCOG ExternalExternal AdvisoryAdvisory CommitteeCommittee WaltherWalther Cancer Institute,Cancer Institute, Inc.Inc. BCOGBCOG ExecutiveExecutive CommitteeCommittee External ReviewExternal Review CommitteeCommittee MaryMargaretWaltherProgramSites Direct Indirect MSU
    37. 37. Mission: Conduct behavioral research to: Increase cancer prevention/ control, improve quality of life, and improve comprehensive palliative care Walther Cancer Institute M M W P M ission MMWP Goals M M W P Focus Mary Margaret Walther Program
    38. 38. Goals  Enhance the quality and quantity of behavioral and cancer control research across the cancer care continuum. The goal of the BCOG is to foster collaboration among academic researchers and community professionals and agencies in order to:
    39. 39.  Target particular populations Focus on Special Populations and on Prevention / Early Detection
    40. 40.  Prevent problems or catch them early  Rethink health care system and reimbursement Emphasize Prevention/ Early Detection
    41. 41.  Encourage behavioral research  Believe in what we’re doing  Share results Change the focus of health care research at the national level Change the Focus
    42. 42.  Focus  Set aside structured time  Build on prior work  Make the outcome getting grants or articles submitted  Listen Final Thoughts for Developing a Research Career
    43. 43.  Move past negative critique  Must be open to failure  Sometimes the falls are greater because the steps are bigger Success follows Failure
    44. 44. Any man who afflicts the human race with ideas must be prepared to see them misunderstood. H. L. Mencken (1880 - 1956) US editor Ideas…
    45. 45. Every day you may make progress. Every step may be fruitful. Yet there will stretch out before you an ever- lengthening, ever- ascending, ever- improving path. You know you will never get to the end of the journey. But this, so far from discouraging, only adds to the joy and glory of the climb. Winston Churchill British politician (1874 - 1965) Progress…
    46. 46. A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Lao-tzu, The Way of Lao-tzu Chinese philosopher (604 BC - 531 BC) The Journey…
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