Research Continuity


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  • Research Continuity Community

    Welcome to the Research Continuity Community. Please contribute you ideas, experiences, resources, and questions for keeping your research programs going during the Covid-19 crisis. Please consider sharing successful protocols/consent forms, recruitment strategies, testing platforms, and study materials. Also feel free to discuss issues around keeping a lab going, finding ways to engage with research without collecting data, or any other coping strategies.

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  • I wonder if anyone has made any progress in getting families to participate over the past month? We finally decided that it was too difficult to ensure 6' distances, etc, during all phases of testing in the lab, and my research staff were very concerned ...

  • Hello! I am wondering if anyone is considering / has experience in collecting hair cortisol remotely, either on adults or children. My lab is considering this and we are trying to figure out best practices for this. The idea now is to Zoom with participants ...

  • You may want to tune into http://www.movingresearchonline.info/ next week, if you weren't already planning on doing so. We'll be talking about design issues, including IRB. I'm not sure how much we'll get into this specific issue during the live presentation, ...

  • Hi Candice. We are programming Hearts & Flowers into testable and it is looking good so far. We will also be doing a video administration of HTKS. Keeping performance-based measures limited (we will also be doing parent and teacher checklists), because ...

  • Many labs have been exploring online testing for work with children in the past few months. My sense is that university IRBs have varied in how comfortable they are with different approaches. Some are okay with Zoom while some ban it. Some say that parental ...

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