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Communication Toolkit for Consortium Members

The materials and resources listed below are provided to help better understand the CTSA Program and communicate about it to media representatives, the research community, and other interested groups.

Background materials can be found on the Media Resources page.

Clinical and Translational Communication Resources

Informational video
The Ohio State University Center for Clinical and Translational Science produced an informational video intended to inform the public about the importance of participating in clinical research. The OSU CCTS welcomes institutions to embed Participating in Research: You Can Be Part of the Answer into their web pages and online social media outlets.

Informational video about participation in clinical research studies
The University of Pittsburgh Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) collaborated with WQED, a local public television station, to develop an informational DVD to educate the lay community about the value of participation in clinical and translational research and to engage community members in CTSI research programs.

Public service announcement
The Yale Center for Clinical Investigation prepared a public service announcement regarding the value of participation in clinical and translational research. The announcement features the insulin pump.

FASEB's clinical research advocacy tool

Consortium Communication Tools