Literature reviews – Regardless of the category of research, a review of the literature is essential. What is already known and established? What are the current questions that need pursuit? What methods are used to pursue them? Where are findings published? RBHS libraries can now help you conduct these reviews. Contact our library personnel, Health Science library personnel at 973-972-4580. Also on the Scotch Plains Campus, the University librarian is available in person Monday 2-6, room 546. She is Mina Ghojar, email@example.com. The library website is here.
Choosing a journal – Choosing the right place to publish an article is sometimes half the battle – finding the type of content, the types of articles a journal will consider or accept. There are on-line services that will help, such as JANE, as well as our office and committee which can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Feedback on a manuscript – Have a draft manuscript but you would like a colleague to read it over before you submit it? Already gotten feedback but need help incorporating it?Ask us in an e-mail. and upload your manuscript.
– Whether it is a small one shot survey or a major multi-site investigation (or anything in between), the research and project design is critical. SHP faculty are here to help! The school is developing a Methodology and Statistical Support Team, Use this Link
to request service.
Statistical consultation – Related to research design, a statistical analysis plan is critical before you collect even the first piece of data. We can offer advice at any stage but the earlier the better. As mentioned above, SHP is developing a Methodology and Statistical Support Team, Use this Link to request service.
Need a specific expert in a type of quantitative or qualitative research design, data mining or special technique. Let us know what you are looking for, we’ll try to help. contact us at email@example.com
Turning a community service project into a scholarly opportunity
– SHP departments, programs and faculty members are known for their service to the community. Less frequently thought about is that the description and evaluation of these service projects may be of scholarly value. contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Writing textbooks and other learning resources – Historically, writing texts in allied health has been a strength of SHP faculty. We can connect you with colleagues who have found the right publisher, developed proposals, and have even published multiple editions. See our page on SHP faculty books.
Looking for funding – Need to fund your own scholarly endeavor? We can put you on to university resources to help research and can also provide some advice in this regard. https://www.grantforward.com/index or contact us at email@example.com to start the conversation.
Looking for a mentor? – Need an experienced, guiding hand who really knows his/her way around in the world of research or perhaps a very experienced teacher to help with enhancing your teaching methods or measuring your impact? Maybe you need help as a new faculty administrator wading through the morass of administration? Whatever the issue, we’ll try to help find you a potential mentor to approach. Click on here to fill out online looking for a mentor form to get started.
Looking to serve as a mentor? – Interested in mentoring a one of your less experienced colleagues, sharing your expertise and experiences in research, teaching, academic leadership, or other areas. Tell us what you have to offer using this form, and we’ll look for a protégé you might interested in mentoring. Click on here to fill out online looking to serve as as a mentor form to get started.
Our site has a page that is a partial listing of books and other resources created by SHP faculty. Is yours missing? Send us the information and we’ll post it. Any new book, chapter or article of yours has just come out? Like to share it, send us the link or other information and we’ll post. Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
or upload us something you wish to request :
List of published books
List of Faculty Publications (since 2010)
Also consider Research Gate https://www.researchgate.net/ or similar site to follow, network and share with other scholars in your area. Also use NIH resources to document your own biosketch and accomplishments. See this Powerpoint developed by Yingting Zhang.