Collaborative Intervention Research
The Center for Collaborative Intervention Research at the
School of Nursing
is seeking applications for pilot and feasibility studies.
Funds are available to full-time faculty from the School of
Nursing and other disciplines across the university whose
projects incorporate Nursing faculty team members. Special
consideration will be given to innovative projects that
develop, test and/or evaluate cost-effective interventions
to improve patient-centered care and health outcomes,
including quality of life for individuals, families and
communities. Funds will be awarded to developing
investigators who have not yet received R01-type funding as
well as to experienced investigators wishing to move in new
directions. Applicants may request up to $20,000.
CCIR services available to award recipients include
data management and statistical consultation, technological
support, result dissemination and translation assistance,
as well as collaborative team interactions.
To apply, submit a letter of intent by May 11. For
more information and application materials, contact Maggie
Russillo, center manager, at 410-502-1114 or CCIR@son.jhmi.edu.
The Center for Collaborative Intervention Research is
a national model for interdisciplinary research teams in
the development, testing and dissemination of innovative
interventions to advance knowledge that promotes health and
improves health services.
Summer Day Sports Camp
Applications are available for the Johns Hopkins Summer Day
Sports Camp, which is operated primarily for the children
of members of the Johns Hopkins community. The all-day
program, which begins June 20, serves boys and girls ages 5
Sports are the main activity of the camp, but some
nonathletic activities are offered, particularly to younger
campers. Camp runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through
Friday. (Drop-off can be as early as 8:15 and pick-up as
late as 5:10.) All campers are guaranteed a spot if
registered with a non-refundable deposit by May 1. For more
information and/or an application, call 410-516-7490.
Students, faculty and staff can explore Baltimore with
half-price tickets to museums, stage shows, music and more.
Offerings change each week. The program was created by the
Baltimore Collegetown Network, of which Johns Hopkins is a
founding member, and the Greater Baltimore Cultural
Alliance. For details go to
Nursing, JHPIEGO Offer International Consulting
An interactive six-day immersion course is being offered
for nurses, physicians, midwives, physician assistants and
other health care professionals interested in working
internationally. Sponsored by the
Institute for Johns
Hopkins Nursing and
JHPIEGO, Healthcare Professional as an International
Consultant allows participants to explore the roles of
international consultants and network with the faculty and
program staff of JHPIEGO and the schools of Medicine,
Nursing and Public Health. The course will be given twice:
April 10 to 15 and Aug. 7 to 12.
Experienced professionals who manage, implement and
develop women's and family health international projects
will introduce participants to case studies featuring
international development and health care services
delivery; licensing and regulation of health care across
the world; planning, monitoring and evaluation in
consultation; consultation management and administrative
skills; and performance improvement process in
international health. Participants will receive Continuing
Medical Education or Continuing Education units.
For more information, go to
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