Psychology Research Group seminar (PRG):

Purpose: To foster the development and review of research projects within the division. Fellows rotate serving as a primary reviewer for proposals that are reviewed.

Division of Behavioral Medicine & Clinical Psychology Colloquium

Purpose: To provide 2nd year post-doctoral fellows a local opportunity to present their research and/or clinical “job-talk” to peers, faculty, and interested staff. Fellows are provided with oral and written feedback on presentation style, slide-set, and content.

T32 Fellowship Seminar

Purpose: To discuss research in progress or journal club articles that are of particular interest and relevance to the group. Professional development issues are also discussed in this seminar series.

Adherence Center Fellowship Seminar

Purpose: To discuss research and clinical topics specifically related to treatment adherence and self-management in pediatrics.

Writer’s Workshop

Purpose: To provide a group-based constructive critique of fellows’ manuscripts in progress, revise and resubmit editorial verdicts, and grant proposals.

Stats for Fellows

Purpose: To provide more in-depth didactic training in various statistical methodologies and analytic software packages for fellows.

Fellows CrossTalk

Purpose: CrossTalk sessions include two separate 15 minute presentations from current Cincinnati Children’s clinical fellows, followed by a short feedback session by the presenters’ peers and mentors. Presentations will address planned research from junior fellows (first-year fellows) and on-going or completed research from senior fellows (second- and third-year fellows).

BMCP Quantitative Methods Seminars: Discovery with Data Analysis (DDA)

Purpose: To review various quantitative strategies for data analysis. This didactic is open to fellows and faculty and provides in depth conceptual and practical discussion of quantitative approaches to research.

Clinical Research Forum

Purpose: This hospital-wide seminar features presentations by investigators focusing broadly on patient-oriented research.

Pediatric Grand Rounds

Purpose: To keep health care providers and researchers abreast of current developments in research and clinical care across pediatric health care issues and populations.