Published!|Building a Research Onboarding Program in a Pediatric Hospital: Filling the Orientation Gap with Onboarding and Just-in-Time Education
I am pleased to announce our newest paper in the Journal of Research Administration is now published online!
This article will provide detailed information on how to build an orientation program with consistency and continuity at your home institution. Based on our institutional findings, we developed a research-specific orientation that helps get research faculty engaged with research on their first day. It is intended to help get established investigators up to speed as quickly as possible and provide them with a sense of community with the larger organization. The orientation program has four aims: 1) increase new researcher productivity, 2) improve retention rates of new faculty by helping them become involved and connected, 3) provide audience-specific, in-depth, timely information that is useful and memorable, and 4) reduce redundant conversations while guaranteeing the delivery of high-quality, consistent, and accurate information.
Ask me about the Journal of Research Administration and how to publish!
Also, don’t miss our upcoming live webinar hosted by SRA International!
- Analyze the need for an onboarding program at your home institution
- Identify the initial steps in developing a faculty onboarding program
- Present a possible implementation strategy at your home institution