"The research mission of the School of Nursing is to conduct innovative research and disseminate knowledge that promotes health and advances science globally."
Opening in 1990, the Center for Nursing Research and Sponsored Projects, now known as the Office for Science and Innovation, has encouraged leadership for nursing research within the School, University, community and profession, and facilitates excellence in nursing research. Research is coordinated between the Office for Science and Innovation, Office of Finance Administration, and Johns Hopkins University Research Administration as well as Johns Hopkins Medical Institutes.
The Office for Science and Innovation (OSI) was developed to facilitate excellence in nursing research. The OSI is an integral part of JHSON, contributing significantly to faculty and student research efforts by offering programs and resources to support the development, submission, conduct, and publication of research; and by providing the needed information technology to foster research. The OSI works in collaboration with JHSON department chairs and Center faculty, Development and Alumni Relations, Marketing and Communications, the PhD Program Director, and many other departments and support offices in the JHSON to provide a supportive environment for faculty, students, and staff involved in nursing research.
The OSI is involved with many of the research activities through out the School, including:
Services and Resources
|Data Management & Sharing Resources from JHU Data Management Services|
|Data Management Planning||JHU DMS's resources and guidance for data management plans for grant proposals and project preparation.|
|Data Organization Best Practices||Some quick tips for effectively naming files and organizing folders of research data.|
Ideas for using metadata to more effectively document research data for future use and sharing.
Strategies for developing a plan for backups, security, and preservation for your research data.
Guidance for protecting and removing personal identifiers of research subjects for data sharing.
Ten tips for making research data within spreadsheets sharable and re-usable.