COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH NETWORK

  Mission: Guide a collaborative research network (CRN) to foster multicenter research and support AMSSM efforts in patient care, education, advocacy, reimbursement and sustainability of members.  
     
  History: In August of 2016, the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM) launched the AMSSM Collaborative Research Network (CRN) to further expand its research presence within the organization and to develop lasting collaborations external to AMSSM. The mission of the CRN is to foster collaborative multisite research among our members with a goal of advancing the practice of sports medicine.  
     
CRN Advisory & Oversight Committee

 
  The CRN Advisory & Oversight Committee, comprised of thought and research leaders within AMSSM, is an important resource for the CRN Leadership Committee and essential for helping the CRN achieve its mission and initiatives. The A&O Committee regularly engages with the CRN Chair and AMSSM Research Director to stay up-to-date on progress and initiatives of the CRN.  
     
CRN Leadership Committee

 
  The CRN Leadership Committee, comprised of experienced and interested AMSSM member researchers, is responsible for the strategic operation and activities of the AMSSM Collaborative Research Network. The members of the CRN Leadership Committee regularly interact with each other, active members and leaders of AMSSM and those involved in the larger sports medicine community in efforts to drive forward the practice of sports medicine through CRN affiliated research and initiatives.  
     
CRN Goals

 
 
     
     
     
 
     
     
     

MEMBER ONLY LINKS (login required to view additional content listed below)
  1. RFP
    • This RFP seeks to fund one or more collaborative research projects to address knowledge gaps in CRN priority research areas. The five priority research areas for 2017 include Bone Health, Cardiac Screening, Concussion, Sports Specialization & Athletic Performance, and Ultrasound. Proposed studies must be multi-site in design and clearly state the willingness and mechanisms of the awardee to lead collaborative research with other appropriate sites, institutions and/or AMSSM members. All PIs must be active members of AMSSM; PIs from both private practice and academic institutions are encouraged to apply. Proposed studies must address clinical questions relating to the practice of sports medicine and the care of patients. Letters of Intent are due June 30th, 2017.
  2. Operating Manual
  3. Strategic Plan
 

 

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