VANGUARD RESEARCH GROUP
HELLO SUMMER, HELLO NEW SITES
As we are welcoming the warm weather and summer, we also want to take the
opportunity to formally welcome our newest sites! We are looking forward to
working with you!
Attached is an interesting article about conducting research at CMHCs.
VRG’s mission is to make research much easier for you and your staff, so you
can focus on treating your patients and giving them the opportunity to join
innovative research projects! You can find more on how we can help in the
recording of our May webinar if you missed it:
MARK YOUR CALENDAR - WEBINAR SERIES 2022
VRG will host its next webinar on Wednesday June 29th at noon EST.
This month’s topic will provide an overview of basic aspects related to
conducting research, such as review boards, trainings and safety reporting.
This will be particularly valuable to our newer sites that are just starting off
with research. We look forward to seeing you there and answer any questions!
VRG INVITES YOU TO JOIN OUR NEW FUTURE STUDIES
A STUDY INVOLVING AN FDA-APPROVED MEDICATION + DIGITAL APP FOR ADJUNCTIVE TREATMENT OF MDD.
A NOVEL PHARMACOLOGICAL TREATMENT FOR ACUTE AGITATION IN SCHIZOPHRENIA / BIPOLAR DISORDER FOR USE IN CRISIS STABILIZATION UNITS / PSYCH ER.
AN APP TRACKING HEALTH MEASURES TO ADIVSE CLINICAL CARE IN MOOD DISORDERS AND PSYCHOSIS.
TESTING A NEW THERAPY APP PROVIDING TREATMENT FOR MDD
If you are interested in learning more or participating, please email Marta Hauser at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA
VANGUARD RESEARCH GROUP
WEBINAR SERIES 2022
ALL WEBINARS ARE HELD 12-1PM EST
HOW CMHCS CAN PARTICIPATE IN RESEARCH AND WHY IT IS IMPORTANT FOR CLINICAL PRACTICE (PRESENTER: DR. MARTA HAUSER)
An introduction to different aspects and benefits of conducting research at an agency like yours. What clinical and policy implications have resulted from previous research at CMHCs, how research can be implemented within your agency, and how can we support you in becoming part of the research community.
RESEARCH 101 (SESSION 1) – PRACTICAL INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH IN THE CLINIC (PRESENTER: DR. MARTA HAUSER)
Familiarizing your clinic with a variety of concepts and aspects of research: Institutional Review Boards, Good Clinical Practice, Subject Protection, Safety Reporting and more
RESEARCH 101 (SESSION 2) – STUDY PROTOCOL AND INFORMED CONSENT (PRESENTER DR. MARTA HAUSER)
Details on the two cornerstones of any study: The study protocol and informed consent
INTRODUCTION TO THE CONCEPT OF CLINICAL HIGH-RISK OF PSYCHOSIS (PRESENTER DR. MARTA HAUSER)
Signs and symptoms, assessment scales and current practice
PROTOCOL DEVIATIONS AND CAPAS (CORRECTIVE AND PREVENTATIVE ACTION PLAN) (PRESENTER CRISTINA GONZALEZ)
What counts as a protocol deviation and what to do when it happens
AN OVERVIEW OF FIRST-EPISODE PSYCHOSIS PROGRAMS – THE EPINET STUDY (PRESENTER DR. DELBERT ROBINSON)
The treatment of first-episode psychosis has come a long way. Maximizing symptomatic and functional recovery remains one of the main goals. Learn more about the approach of the EPINET study.
EXPLORING NEW TECHNOLOGIES, MEDICATIONS AND THERAPIES – ILLUSTRATING DIFFERENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR PARTICIPATING IN CLINICAL STUDIES AND FINDING THE RIGHT TRIAL FOR YOU (PRESENTER PATRICIA MARCY)
Highlighting aspects and examples of studies with different focus and funding sources to determine what best fits your agency
REFLECTION: HOW HAS RESEARCH BEEN WORKING FOR YOU? THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE THINGS VRG CAN HELP WITH (PRESENTER PATRICIA MARCY)
Whether you have been engaged in research for years or just dipped your toe in – let us know what works well and where change might be needed.