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Collaborative Workshops

The CCOS Center uses team science to promote and support collaboration across the CTSA Program. Team science is the method of promoting collaboration in a scientific community to accelerate scientific progress. Collaboration and team science are key to advancing scientific discoveries and are a significant part of CCOS’s mission. Organizing and conducting Collaborative Workshops, previously known as Un-Meetings, is one method CCOS uses to promote team science and collaboration within the CTSA Program. Collaborative Workshops are a critical tool CCOS uses to encourage multidisciplinary partnerships and foster ideas.  

As part of the transition from CLIC to CCOS, the Un-Meeting has evolved to a Collaborative Workshop. CCOS will continue to promote team science with the CTSA Program by organizing and conducting Collaborative Workshops and other activities.

Overview

Learn about the goals, outcomes, and format of Collaborative Workshops, find details of upcoming Collaborative Workshops, explore content on the CCOS website related to Collaborative Workshops, and learn how to reach out with questions.

About Collaborative Workshops

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The overarching goal of Collaborative Workshops is to develop multidisciplinary and collaborative partnerships within and between stakeholders in academia, industry, communities, and government. Potential outcomes from Collaborative Workshops include collaborative research, manuscripts, publications, and identification of funding opportunities.  
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A Collaborative Workshop deviates from the traditional conference structure. Without the rules and structure of a traditional conference, attendees can interact in small groups. Collaborative Workshops provide a venue for connection across academic centers and between stakeholders to foster ideas, connect individuals, and develop collaborative partnerships. 
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Collaborative Workshops can be structured in different ways to allow those in attendance to direct the conversation and help determine the outcomes. Some workshops start off with panel presentations or 4x4 presentations, where a series of presenters have four minutes to review four slides. Attendees are provided an opportunity to discuss ideas which will inspire subsequent breakout session topics.  

Next Collaborative Workshop

Register for the upcoming Learning Health Systems Collaborative Workshop.

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Register for the upcoming Learning Health Systems Collaborative Workshop.

Recent Content

View recent content posted to the CCOS website related to Collaborative Workshops.

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Recent Content

View recent content posted to the CCOS website related to Collaborative Workshops.

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Contact Information

For questions or more information about Collaborative Workshops

Contact
Rebecca Laird, M.B.A., M.Div.
Rebecca Laird, M.B.A., M.Div.

Translational Specialist

Julie Schwan, M.S.
Julie Schwan, M.S.

Team Science Specialist

Past Un-Meetings

The CTSA Program has participated in Un-Meetings covering a variety of topics. The list of Un-Meetings below reflects the topics, hosts, and format of the Un-Meetings. Please contact support@ccos.ctsa.io for more information.  

Making Real-World Data and Real-World Evidence a Reality for Translational Science 

Center for Leading Innovation & Collaboration

June 7, 2022 - June 8, 2022

Virtual

Enabling and Promoting Inter-institutional Clinical and Genomic Research 

Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital

April 12, 2022

Virtual

Climate Change and Human Health (C2H2) Through a Translational Science Lens 

Center for Leading Innovation & Collaboration

February 9, 2022

Virtual

Exploring the Inclusion of Community Hospitals in Clinical Research 

Center for Leading Innovation & Collaboration

May 26, 2021

Virtual

Tackling the Digital Divide to Improve Telehealth 

Case Western Reserve University

March 25, 2021

Virtual

Clinical Research in the Covid-era and Beyond 

Center for Leading Innovation & Collaboration

September 29, 2020

Virtual

Lifespan and Life Course Research: Integrating Strategies 

Northwestern University at Chicago

March 1, 2020

In-person

Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Applications in Translational Science

Center for Leading Innovation & Collaboration

May 31, 2019

In-person

Rural Health and Health Equity 

University of Florida

April 6, 2019 - April 7, 2019

In-person

Addressing the Opioid Crisis Through Translational Science 

Center for Leading Innovation & Collaboration

June 1, 2018

In-person

Coordination, Communication, and Operations Support (CCOS) is funded by theNational Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, National Institutes of Health.

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