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Monday, February 27 • 3:15pm - 4:45pm
(DEER VALLEY) Student See, Student Do: Mentoring Students in Research Data Management

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Abstract Body: Objectives: 1. Identify funder mandates for data sharing 2. Write effective data management plans 3. Documenting data for replication, publication, and sharing 4. Choosing a repository for your data. Methods: Data management is more than a standard part of a research protocol – it is the foundation for evidence-based practice. Research mentorship of medical students and residents is the perfect opportunity to guide new researchers in proper data management practices. This workshop will provide an introduction to best practices in research data management throughout the research data lifecycle. Instructors will first provide an overview of research data management focused on the research data lifecycle and funder mandates, mainly the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Best practices in research data management will focus on research planning, data capture tools and the basics of data management plans. Workshop will be a mix of lecture and hands-on activities. Each activity will be followed by a short discussion period. Activities will revolve around the development of a clinical research project based on a provided scenario. Participants will be able to incorporate this knowledge into their existing research workflows and will gain tools and exercises that can be used to educate graduate and undergraduate medical students. An outline of the workshop schedule is below: Introduction Lecture: Data Management in the Research Cycle Lecture: Metadata Individual Work on Metadata Scavenger Hunt: Find Data Management Requirements in NIH Funding Discussion Lecture: Examples of Data Management Plans in Research Protocols Small Group Activity: Writing Data Management Plans Discussion Lecture: Data Capture Tools Discussion Intended Outcomes 1. List the steps in the research data lifecycle and understand its role in data sharing and reproducibility 2. Create a metadata outline 3. Locate and interpret funder mandates related to data sharing and reproducibility 4. Outline a data management plan 5. Exercise best practices for creating a data capture form Target Audience: This workshop is intended for participants at many levels including faculty, researchers, librarians, graduate medical students, and undergraduate medical students. 

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Jennifer Dinalo

Information Services Librarian, Norris Medical Library at USC
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L. Kysh

Clinical & Research Librarian, University of Southern California & Children's Hospital Los Angeles



Monday February 27, 2017 3:15pm - 4:45pm
DEER VALLEY

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