Research Resources

Access a listing of nursing and related medical journals with direct links to journal home pages, author instructions, and more.

A document developed for doctoral students and faculty by Dr. Charlene Pope.

Mandatory training for investigators involved in human subjects research.

Course dates, content, and registration form.

Homepage and registration site for Collaborative IRB Training Initiative (CITI) Course. Allow 24 hours to receive password after registration.

An up-to-date and comprehensive description of MUSC. Feel free to copy and tailor to your needs for the resources section of your grant proposal.

The NIH has revised its standard receipt dates as follows. Applications for Request for Applications (RFAs) and Program Announcements (PAs, PARs, PASs) with special receipt dates continue to be due on the specified dates listed in the FOA. For an application to be considered on time it must be received by by 5 p.m. local time for the applicant institution.

Templates, sample forms, guidelines, regulations and materials to assist investigators in the development & conduct of high quality clinical research studies

Facts about people, families, housing, income, education, health insurance, and more.

A national health promotion and disease prevention initiative. Website contains useful data, health indicators, and publications.

Find US, state, and regional statistics from over 70 federal agencies.

A comprehensive website maintained by the Centers for Disease Control.

Public resource designed to bring together high-value datasets, tools, and applications using data about health and health care to support your need for better knowledge.

Sponsored by the Kaiser Family Foundation, this site contains the latest state-level data on demographics, health, and health policy, including health coverage, access, financing, and state legislation.

A national and state-by-state statistical effort to track the status of children in the US. Sponsored by the Annie E. Casey Foundation.

College of Nursing - Grants Submission Intent Form is an internal on-line application to document Grant Submission Intent for College of Nursing Faculty and grant administrators.

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