Our mission is to provide scientifically valid, efficient and dependable research support for study design, data management and analysis of laboratory, animal and clinical studies. In partnership with Children's Research Institute, QHS will help train junior researchers, work with more mature researchers in obtaining and maintaining funding, and develop standardized data management protocols which facilitate the collection of quality data.
For additional information about QHS, please see the QHS brochure (PDF).
We Provide Assistance With:
- Study Design
- Biostatistical Consultation
- Biostatistical Design
- Biostatistical Analysis
- Data collection Tool Development
- Scannable Form Development
- Survey Development
- Database Development
- Collaboration on an IRB Proposal
- Collaboration on Grant Proposal
- Collaboration on CTSI Proposal
We provide assistance with:
- Study design
- Biostatistical consultation
- Biostatistical design
- Biostatistical analysis
- Data collection tool development
- Scannable form development
- Survey development
- Database development
- Collaboration on an IRB proposal
- Collaboration on grant proposal
- Collaboration on CTSI proposal
Come and talk with us. We are happy to brainstorm about an idea, work with you on analyses and data management plans, design studies with you and perform analyses.
These principles of authorship emphasize intellectual and academic contributions to scholarly publications which include articles, abstracts, and other dissemination of written findings, thoughts, and analyses. Implicit is that attribution of credit should be given to individuals whom credit is due and concurrently to identify those individuals responsible for the integrity of the scientific contributions. The CRI authorship policy stresses that with an intellectual contribution authorship is warranted.
Policies and Procedures - Authorship on Scientific and Scholarly Publications
QHS has adopted the Medical College of Wisconsin’s policy for Authorship on Scientific and Scholarly Publications.
These principles of authorship emphasize intellectual and academic contributions to scholarly publications which include articles, abstracts, and other dissemination of written findings, thoughts, and analyses. Implicit is that attribution of credit should be given to individuals whom credit is due and concurrently to identify those individuals responsible for the integrity of the scientific contributions. Those principles with which Quantitative Health Sciences is most concerned are as follows:
- The qualifications for authorship are: (1) substantial contributions to conception and design, or acquisition of data, or analysis and interpretation of data; (2) drafting the article or revising it critically for important intellectual content: and (3) final approval of the version to be published.
- All individuals who qualify for authorship should be listed. However, any person can refuse to be an author if (s) he elects to do so.
- Each author should have participated sufficiently in the work to take public responsibility for appropriate portions of the content.
- A Review of Statistical Analysis Software (PDF)
- Avoiding pitfalls that result in bad data (PDF)
- Database ownership (PDF)
- Don’t Monkey Around Use Survey Monkey (PDF)
- Guidelines for detecting bad data (PDF)
- How Quantitative Health Sciences can satisfy your research needs (PDF)
- Markedly Good Data Using Remark (PDF)
- REDCap Process for Cardiology (DOC)
- REDCap Data Dictionary (DOC)
- Sound principles for simple statistics (PDF)
- Using REDCap to Capture Good Data (PDF)
- Working with spreadsheets (PDF)
- Chart Review Checklist (PDF)
- Database Construction Checklist (PDF)
- Grant Writing Checklist (PDF)
- Journal Review Checklist (PDF)
Translational & Biomedical Research Center
Children's Research Institute
8701 Watertown Plank Rd.
Milwaukee, WI 53226
(414) 955-6331 (fax)