PEER Liberia Project

 
UMass Medical School received a three-year Partnership for Enhanced Engagement in Research (PEER) grant from the National Academies of Sciences and USAID in 2018 to support the school's work to establish family medicine residency training and infectious disease research and training for Liberian medical residents and junior faculty. This work continues UMMS' partnership with the A.M. Dogliotti College of Medicine of Liberia. This site is a collection of educational materials produced for the Liberia PEER project.

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Publications from 2019

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Cohort Studies and Relative Risks, Richard Ssekitoleko

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Effective Mentorship in Research, Troy Moon, Trevor Kaile, and Selestine Nzala

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Introduction to Biostatistics - Lecture 1: Introduction and Descriptive Statistics, Jonggyu Baek

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Introduction to Biostatistics - Lecture 2: Statistical Inference Procedures, Jonggyu Baek

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Introduction to Biostatistics - Lecture 3: Statistical Inference for Proportions, Jonggyu Baek

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Introduction to REDCap, Troy Moon

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Online Sharing of Documents: the Mobile Office, Rebecca Sulyma, Sanjay Ram, and Steven C. Hatch

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PREVAIL VIII: A CoHOrt Clinical, Viral, and ImmuNOlogic Monitoring Study of People Living with Retroviral Infection in Liberia (HONOR), J. Soka Moses, Ian Wachekwa, and Stephen A. Migueles

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Update on PREVAIL Vaccine Studies, Mark Kieh

Publications from 2018

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Developing a Research Interest and Formulating a Research Question, PEER Research Faculty

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Evidence-based Medicine, Richard Ssekitoleko

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Foundations in Global Health Research Methodologies, Ann M. Moormann

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Foundations in Global Health Research Methodologies: Pre-course information, Ann M. Moormann

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Literature Search Handout, Patricia A. McQuilkin

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Overview of Epidemiological Study Designs, Richard Ssekitoleko

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Variables and Data Presentation, Richard Ssekitoleko

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Workshop I: Research Training Wrap-up, Patricia A. McQuilkin, Steven C. Hatch, and Troy Moon