The OHSU Library has a guide about finding funding for projects and research that can be accessed using the link above.
Visit our guide on finding and using measurement instruments for more information on using existing validated measures in your project using the link above.
The OHSU Library has a reserveable qualitative workstation where you can try two of the many qualitative analysis software programs and transcription software.
OHSU has a qualitative research community of practice that you may join. To be added as a member, contact Maia Siufanua (email@example.com)in the Library. You can email the the group at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are not a member, there will be a short delay before your message is shared with the group.
For more information on the available statistical software, visit the Library's Software site below.
The OHSU Institutional Review Board website below covers all you need to know to have your research reviewed. Even if you don't think it is research with human participants, make a Request for Determination to the IRB.
The OHSU Library can help you with searching related to your research proposals to the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC).
We also have listed an example of an OHSU Patient Consent for Case Publication.
This is just the beginning of a list.