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Surveys are one of the main avenues by which the CTSA Program and NCATS gather key data regarding the state of the CTSA Consortium in various domain areas.

Survey Team

The CCOS Survey Team supports CTSA program groups to design, develop, and implement surveys as well as analyze survey results to harness some of the knowledge and experiences across the CTSA. The goal is to gain a deeper and more data-driven understanding of issues of importance to the CTSA Program, identify trends across the program, elucidate pain points, evoke discussion, discover opportunities and innovations, inform decisions, and document impact.


For questions or assistance related to CTSA Program surveys, please contact the CCOS Survey Team.

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CCOS Guidance for CTSA Surveys

Paperwork Reduction Act

About Surveys

The 5 Stages of a Survey

The survey archive includes survey questions, summaries, files, and details about the status of each survey. The surveys in the archive are categorized into five stages: Preliminary, Survey Developed, Survey Launched, Survey Completed with Analysis Underway, and Completed and Published.


These surveys fall under the NCATS Policy for Surveys and the NCATS COR, Jennie Conroy, has approved that these surveys answer "Yes" to the following two questions:


Will the program analyze the project outcomes in a systematic way?

Will the program publicize the results of your systematic analyses?


Thus, the program is conducting NIH research and will be considered exempt from the Paperwork Reduction Act approval requirements as outlined by the 21st Century Cures Act. 

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

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