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196 Assessment of Learning Modules Promoting Team Science Practices to the Translational Scientist
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 19 April 2022
OBJECTIVES/GOALS: The overarching objective is to assess the value of promoting team science practices across a diverse clinical translational science community through the development of learning modules. We aim to share lessons learned to help inform best practices for CTSA hubs interested in promoting team science. METHODS/STUDY POPULATION: We recently created a series of self-paced learning modules focused on the science of team science, which include a variety of text and multimedia content. A preliminary assessment was conducted to determine the perceived value of six video team science Learning Shots and to identify areas for improvement. Significant content revisions are underway based on respondent feedback. In early 2022, a follow up survey will solicit feedback from a larger sample of researchers to reassess the learning modules and to ensure that desired improvements were achieved. We will incorporate continuous improvement cycles to gather future feedback, track improvements, and identify potential future direction for new content. RESULTS/ANTICIPATED RESULTS: The preliminary assessment identified the most effective aspects of the modules to be the variety and knowledge of speakers, diversity of topics, organization of the content, and appropriateness of length. Least effective aspects included a desire for more information in some content areas and not enough focus on the challenges of team science for junior faculty. Suggested areas for improvement include a desire for supplemental descriptive text, links to tools that enable teams to be productive, and additional examples from researchers. The follow up study is expected to yield more detailed information on the impacts of the improvements and the overall effectiveness of the modules. DISCUSSION/SIGNIFICANCE: This project provides insights for CTSA Hubs interested in promoting team science and best practices when developing learning modules. Results contribute to what is known about researchers interest in learning about team science and the effectiveness of using online formats for delivery.
- Journal of Clinical and Translational Science , Volume 6 , Issue s1 , April 2022 , pp. 28
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