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  • Authentication Required - eProtocol - Division of Research
    Z Index Division of Research eProtocol eProtocol Training Materials eProtocol Training Manuals eProtocol Training Videos Conflict of Interest Training Information FAQs eProtocol contact information Log in to eProtocol Research Home Authentication Required Authentication is required User Login AccessID Password Wayne

    Original URL path: http://research.wayne.edu/ep/ecoi_eprotocol_training.php (2016-02-13)
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  • Authentication Required - eProtocol - Division of Research
    Z Index Division of Research eProtocol eProtocol Training Materials eProtocol Training Manuals eProtocol Training Videos Conflict of Interest Training Information FAQs eProtocol contact information Log in to eProtocol Research Home Authentication Required Authentication is required User Login AccessID Password Wayne

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  • FAQs - eProtocol - Division of Research
    down menu From the preferences pane select Security on the top row Uncheck the Block pop up windows box to turn pop up blocker off Can I use my browser s BACK button eProtocol works best if you DO NOT use your back button Instead use the menus and links within the application to navigate Will resizing my screens be helpful There are numerous pop up windows used in the software Don t forget you can resize the screens or use zoom to better suit your view Where can I find more information about eProtocol Many pages in the application offer instructions right on the screen to help guide you and answer the most common questions You can also see our frequently asked questions page and training manuals found on the eProtocol website at http ep wayne edu How do I save my application eProtocol automatically saves your application as you move from page to page You may also save your work by clicking on the disk icon on the upper right corner of the application Do I need to log out of the system To protect your private information always log out of the system and shut down your browser completely close all browser windows when you are finished using eProtocol Frequently Asked Questions about the Conflict of Interest module on eProtocol Has the disclosure changed since changing from paper format to the new system No the disclosure questions that are asked have been taken directly from the form used previously The categories for disclosure are Publicly Traded Entity Non Publicly Traded Entity Intellectual Property Rights and Interests Incentives and For Profit Incentives How often do I have to complete a Conflict of Interest disclosure in the eProtocol system With the new eProtocol system disclosures will be submitted on

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  • eProtocol Contact Information - eProtocol - Division of Research
    Videos Conflict of Interest Training Information FAQs eProtocol contact information Log in to eProtocol Research Home eProtocol Contact Information For general questions about eProtocol email eprotocol wayne edu For technical questions about eProtocol contact Rajeev Sadasivan Lead Database Administrator Office of the VP for Research ae1657 wayne edu or 313 577 9380 For questions about the eProtocol Conflict of Interest module contact Ginette Borovicka Manager of Research Compliance Office of

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  • Authentication Required - eProtocol - Division of Research
    Z Index Division of Research eProtocol eProtocol Training Materials eProtocol Training Manuals eProtocol Training Videos Conflict of Interest Training Information FAQs eProtocol contact information Log in to eProtocol Research Home Authentication Required Authentication is required User Login AccessID Password Wayne

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  • News and Announcements Archive - Division of Research

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  • News and Announcements - Division of Research
    Early Head Start programs Ann Stacks Ph D director of the Infant Mental Health program at WSU s Merrill Palmer Skillman Institute is the principal investigator This URC is one of four sites funded by ACF across the country designed to work cooperatively and share information about the implementation and scalability of each approach Unlike a grant a cooperative agreement assumes substantial programmatic involvement between the funder and recipient after the award This is a great opportunity to meet other researchers and learn from them Stacks said All the projects are different Ours is the only mindfulness group intervention The URC research team is part of a larger group of faculty from five universities known as the Michigan Infant Toddler Research Exchange which aims to foster cross university research that has implications for best practices in early intervention and early childhood education Funder ACF promotes the economic and social well being of families children individuals and communities with partnerships funding guidance training and technical assistance It s exciting to be part of ACF s drive to infuse research into practice using research to determine best practices for students and teachers Stacks said The impact our work could have on Early Head Start programs and children s futures is gratifying The project titled Recognizing Reflecting and Responding to Infant Toddler Cues An Integrated Parent Teacher Intervention to Support Social Emotional Development through Caregiver Mindfulness and Sensitivity will first pilot the professional development curriculum with teachers an adaptation of the Mom Power curriculum Phase II will include parents and teachers together as caregiving partners to support each child s social emotional development Parents will participate in the parent curriculum Mom Power developed by U M colleagues Maria Muzik M D MSc co PI and assistant professor of psychiatry and Katherine Rosenblum co

    Original URL path: http://research.wayne.edu/news.php?id=18155 (2016-02-13)
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  • News and Announcements - Division of Research
    year long 851 462 grant from the National Science Foundation a team of Wayne State University researchers is exploring how the relational landscape in America is being affected by the rise of online dating The project The impact of online technologies on interpersonal communication and perceptions will explore how the increasing use of popular online dating technologies affects how people develop romantic connections Stephanie Tong Ph D assistant professor of communication studies in the College of Fine Performing and Communication Arts at Wayne State is leading the team She has been studying the association between romantic dating and computer mediated communication and with this grant will explore the social implications of the rise of online dating Online dating is one of the most popular ways for single Americans to meet a romantic partner said Tong We re interested in looking at how updated online dating technology affects the ways people initiate relationships and the ways they make decisions when they decide who to date and whether or not to pursue the relationship The project also will provide new insights regarding the ways that online dating systems are designed to facilitate interpersonal contact impact the self concepts of the people who use them and it may provide new information and insights that can facilitate improvements to the design of popular forms of social computing technology Although this project focuses on online dating systems project findings may provide more generalizable insights regarding the complex interactions between communications media and the content of constitutions as well as their impact on communicators in many other contexts Tong and the research team that includes Richard Slatcher Ph D associate professor of psychology at Wayne State and Jeffrey Hancock Ph D professor of communication at Stanford University will focus on people s perceptions of these systems

    Original URL path: http://research.wayne.edu/news.php?id=18141 (2016-02-13)
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