Health Equity in Fertility Specialty Care Among Cancer Survivors (00015476)

Grants and Contracts Details

Description

On behalf of the Kentucky Cancer Registry (KCR), the Cancer Research Informatics (CRI) Shared Resource Facility of the University of Kentucky Markey Cancer Center, directed by Dr. Eric B. Durbin, will work closely with Dr. Amanda Saltzman, the site Principal Investigator in the successful performance of data linkages and the provision of research data to the study team. We will help facilitate appropriate IRB approvals needed to conduct this study. CRI will utilize LinkPlus or Match*Pro to perform the linking of state level cancer registry data to vital statistics birth data, and the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology Clinic Outcome Reporting System (SART CORS) data. If the study design justifies the use of census tract information, we will also provide this information OR we will not be able to provide census tract information, instead we will also link the NIH’s Social Determinants of Health by US Census Tract data. Additionally, we will provide geocoding information to Assisted Reproductive Technology Clinics that you will provide to us. Once the linkage is complete, we will supply the research team with the variables specified and approved for your research. We will also contribute to the analysis and interpretation of data and the preparation of manuscripts for publication. As site Principal Investigator, Dr. Saltzman will provide guidance to the KCR in the linkage of data and delivery of the linkage results to the study investigators. She will provide insights and guidance towards the successful execution of the project. She will participate in the analysis and interpretation of data and in the preparation of manuscripts for publication.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date6/28/2312/31/23

Funding

  • MD Anderson Cancer Center: $25,989.00

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