SCORE Half-day Seminar: Call for Posters!

Confident businesswoman giving a presentation at white boardResearch study coordinators and project nurses are invited to register and submit posters for the CTSI-sponsored 8th Annual Study Coordinators Organization for Research and Education (SCORE) Half-Day Seminar taking place at the URMC on Tuesday, June 7th.

The SCORE Half-Day Seminar is a morning of learning and professional development for research personnel. Researchers, study coordinators, and project nurses are encouraged to participate in discussions about autonomous motivation  and supporting psychological needs in the workplace,  learning problem-solving skills, such as root cause analysis, to address errors and reduce risk, understanding how to plan, implement, and maintain standard operating procedures and learning how “being mindful” promotes resilience and well-being.

Study team members interested in presenting a research-related poster must submit their entry by Friday, May 6 at 4pm. The poster session will kick off the seminar from 7:30 to 8:00am on Tuesday, June 7. Presenting authors must remain by their posters for the 30 minute poster session and posters will remain on display throughout the half-day seminar.

All attendees (nurses and non-nurses) can earn 3.83 continuing education contact hours from the University of Rochester Center for Nursing Professional Development, which is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

The seminar is presented by SCORE and the University of Rochester School of Nursing, and sponsored by the Association of Clinical Research Professionals and CTSI.

For further information about poster submissions or to register for the seminar on-line by June 2, click here.

Please contact SCORE@urmc.rochester.edu, with any questions.

 

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