Research Review and Prioritization Group (RRPG) Process
The NYC-CDRN Research Review and Prioritization Group (RRPG) is comprised of five members, including a clinician-researcher, biostatistician, data analyst, patient engagement officer and project manager.
The RRPG process entails:
- Review research requests to evaluate them according to review criteria.
- Identify additional investigators, clinicians, patients and stakeholders by reaching out to our Patient and Clinician Advisory Board, site specific Principal Investigators and by using informatics tools in collaboration with our CTSAs.
- Provide guidance to the Governance Board for approving partnership requests and if applicable, issuing Letters of Support.
- Prioritize study requests (which have been BRANY IRB approved) according to the relevance to the NYC-CDRN population and the potential impact of the project for final approval by the Governance Board.
RRPG Review Criteria
|Significance and Rationale||
RRPG Scoring Rubric
|Overall Impact or Criterion Strength||Score||Descriptor||Recommendation|
|Medium||4||Very Good||Recommend revisions|
|Low||7||Fair||Recommend investigator re-evaluates proposal|