Programs and Services


Staying Current


CIAC programs are designed to ensure that nurses and other researchers are kept abreast of current research that aligns with the goals of NYU Langone Health. We thus offer a variety of educational and informational sessions open to both the internal and external community.

  • Annual Nursing Research Conference features nationally recognized Nurse Researchers who present Keynote Speech and serve as McClure Scholars for a twelve month period subsequent to the conference. The 2019 Keynote Speaker / McClure Scholar is Tener Goodwin Veenema, PhD, RN, MPH, MS, FAAN, Professor of Nursing and Public Health, John Hopkins School of Nursing and the John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. View information on the 2019 Annual Nursing Research Conference here.
  • Bi-annual Research Forums feature the works of doctorally-prepared nurses at NYU Langone Health. The speaker for our Spring Research Forum on March 19th, 2018 was Debra Grice-Swenson, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, presented “Night Nursing: A Portrait of a Subculture.” The speakers for our Fall Research Forum on October 9th, 2018 were Ana Mola, PhD, RN, ANP-C, and Antoinette Schoenthaler, EdD FACH, who presented “Process and Lessons Learned from a Care Management Role and Function Survey and Focus Groups.
  • Obtain information on past Research Forums here.
  • Keynote Speeches and Research Forum presentations, as well as other selected talks, are available to view on our Video Library
  • Specially designed library guides on nursing research and geriatric related research have been developed to help nurses efficiently navigate available library resources.


Developing and Strengthening Research Skills


CIAC is devoted to sharpening the research skills of nurses and other staff via hand-on workshops that are open to members of the NYU Langone Health community.

  • Monthly hands-on Library Research Skills Workshops that help nurses develop effective literature searches, manage their search results, sign up for alerts on research topics, find electronic books, and learn about other library resources.
  • Periodic Abstract Clinics are offered to help nurses prepare conference abstract submissions. There has been a dramatic increase in the number of abstracts submitted and accepted since the clinics were launched.
  • One-on-one and small group Consultation Sessions are available upon request, covering s wide range of areas, such as Institutional Review Board (IRB) submission procedures, protocol development, research design, database creation, and data analysis.

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