CSCD-supported studies must include the core data elements: CSCD Center demographic data and PROMIS Global Health short form questionnaire. The use of other PROMIS instruments will be encouraged. CSCD funds two new pilot/feasibility studies each year based on submitted research proposals. Deadlines for submission will be scheduled and announced yearly and solicitations will be publicized widely throughout the University of Michigan. Post-doctoral fellows and assistant professors are eligible for funding through this mechanism. Pilot/feasibility studies must be interdisciplinary engaging investigators from at least two disciplines who are fully engaged in the research. Principal investigators from other disciplines must have a nurse researcher as a key investigator or a Co-PI with a substantial role in the project. Mental health research and international research projects will not be considered. Interdisciplinary research and team science has been advanced at UMich through the MCubed program, a seed-funding program designed to empower interdisciplinary teams of University of Michigan faculty to pursue new initiatives. The CSCD Center also contributes to the development of interdisciplinary teams in the area of self-management. All research proposals are limited to 5 pages and must include specific aims; a research plan with significance, innovation and approach; budget with a limit of $25,000 over 2 years; and a current biographical sketch of the principal investigator. In addition, investigators must request specific services of the Center. All proposals will receive an internal review and two external reviews using NIH criteria and scoring. The internal and external reviews will be provided by experienced investigators. After internal and external reviews or proposals are completed, the Center Executive Committee will allocate resources based on the following criteria:
CSCD Center translational research publications.
Provides basic infrastructure, oversight and evaluation support
Supplies statistical and analytic expertise, innovative technology and consulting and training.
Enables the processes of generation and review of the science and mentorship of investigators.
An Evaluation of Mobile Care App as Self-management Tool in Patients with Left-Ventricular Assist Devices.
An Underutilized Pathway to Reducing Adolescent Obesity: Translating the Results of Adult-oriented Interventions into Their Children’s Obesity-related Behaviors and Outcomes.
Development and Evaluation of a Computer-based, Nurse-led Cognitive Training and Educational Pilot Intervention to Improve Self-care Management Behaviors in Adults with Heart Failure.
Patient and Family Engagement in the ICU: A Mixed Methods Study.
Family Routines--Healthy Families.
Self-Management of Oral Oncolytic Agents and Side Effects among Patients with Cancer.
Physical and Cognitive Function, Symptom Distress and Quality of Life in Head and Neck Cancer.
Health Information Behavior, Neuroprocessing, and Self-management: Blood Pressure and Glucose Control among African American Women
Self-Efficacy in Chronic Disease Management among Black Dementia Caregivers.