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[PALISI NETWORK] November Member’s Digest


Dear PALISI Investigators,


Please review the important updates and announcements in the digest below.

Inside this issue: 


  • Spring Meeting 2024: Registration Now Open

  • Spring Meeting Agenda Requests

  • Content for research ideas and full research proposals

  • 2023-2024 Membership Dues

  • NIH Announces Simplified Review Framework for Research Project Grant Applications

  • New PALISI Interest Group: PALISI Hearts

  • Opportunity: PECARN Trauma & Critical Illness Interest Group

  • Montreal Child CDSS Congress (M3C)

  • PALISI Communications Update



 

Spring Meeting 2024: Registration Now Open 

 

Registration for the PALISI Spring 2024 Meeting is now available at www.palisi.org/springmeeting24 . The deadline to register is February 1, 2024. Pre-Registration is required for attendance. Your registration is not considered CONFIRMED unless you receive an event ticket immediately after the form is submitted.


You will be required to present this ticket to gain entrance to the in-person meeting and to access the virtual meeting. Attendance at PALISI Meetings is restricted to members only. Please ensure that you or your institution have secured a valid 2023-2024 Membership.

 

The reservations link to book hotel accommodations will be shared in the coming weeks. Visit www.palisi.org/springmeeting24 for the most up to date meeting information.


 

Spring Meeting Agenda Requests

 

The main meeting agenda request form is now open at ww.palisi.org/springmeeting24.


The deadline for priority agenda request is December 20th. The final deadline for late requests and amendments is January 20th. The executive committee has developed the attached guideline detailing the content for research ideas or full research proposals. Please review it, prior to submitting your agenda request. For all questions or concerns regarding the agenda, please contact us at admin@palisi.org.


PALISI Guidelines for presenting research ideas and full proposals_2023
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2023-2024 Membership Dues

 

Emails have been sent to all members who attended the Fall 2023 meeting, who have not initiated the membership dues process for this fiscal year. If you have received an email, please respond using the instructions in the email as soon as possible. If you need assistance or if you have a question regarding your membership status, please email admin@palisi.org.


 

NIH Announces Simplified Review Framework for Research Project Grant Applications

 

Please see the link below for an overview of the new NIH Grant Review Framework. You may recall this we discussed during our mock study section event at the fall meeting. These changes are intended to address the complexities of the review process for investigators and reviewers alike. This new review framework goes into effect for grant deadlines from Jan 25, 2025 and beyond.

 


 

New PALISI Interest Group: PALISI Hearts

 

We are thrilled to have introduced our Cardiovascular Disease SIG, hereafter known as PALISI Hearts, at the PALISI main meeting in Boston. Our vision is to develop and foster a multi-disciplinary research collaborative whose mission is to study the manifestations of cardiovascular disease in critically ill children and evaluate the impact of critical illness in children with congenital and acquired heart disease.

 

Thank you all for being receptive to this new SIG and for the incredible support we have garnered thus far. There has been an outpouring of enthusiasm and interest since our introduction, and we are very excited to keep the momentum going.

 

As we move forward, it is imperative that we receive your input as critical care experts to help inform the development and ensure success of our group. If you have not yet done so, please take a moment to provide feedback. It should only take a few minutes to fill out our REDCap via the QR code below. If you have any questions or would like to reach us directly, please e-mail us at PALISIHearts@gmail.com

 

Many thanks,

Dalia Bashir, Liz Pace, Victoria Habet, Kevin Hummel



 

Opportunity: Trauma & Critical Illness Interest Group 

 

The Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network (PECARN) is a federally funded, multi-institutional network for research in pediatric emergency medicine and, like PALISI, has led numerous impactful and high profile studies.  With the most recent round of PECARN infrastructure funding, a new Trauma & Critical Illness Interest Group was established to foster increased research for the subset of sickest children treated in emergency settings.  An important goal of this group is to enhance collaborations across PEM and PCCM to address knowledge gaps shared in the ED and PICU.

 

We invite all PALISI members to participate in this group, especially if you have ideas or suggestions about research that might benefit from ED-PICU collaboration across study sites.  The goal is an open forum to discuss new ideas investigators want to bring forward, receive feedback about a current project, brainstorm, etc.  The next meeting will be held virtually on 11/30 2:00-3:00 pm EST with virtual meetings every other month.

 

All are welcome to join!  If you would like to be on the listserv and receive meeting invitations, please complete this brief survey:  Trauma & Critical Illness Interest Group Sign Up Link https://redcap.nchri.org/surveys/?s=AJKDCA8CW4MEYE98

 

Bob Hickey, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh

Daniel Nishijima, UC Davis Health & Medical Center

Scott Weiss, Nemours Children’s Health

Julie Leonard, Nationwide Children’s Hospital 


 

Montreal Child CDSS Congress (M3C)

 

PALISI Investigators are invited to attend the 1st International Congress of the grouping in Artificial Intelligence applied to acute childcare (SADC) entitled Montreal Child CDSS Congress (M3C). It will take place in Montreal from May 16th to 17th, 2024, at CHU Sainte-Justine and the École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS). Rita Noumeir PhD, Dr. Philippe Jouvet, and the organizing scientific committee invite students and researchers to register through the event's website:

 

 

Students working on projects related to AI and acute childcare are invited to submit a proposal for oral or electronic poster presentations (on-screen, Flash com) by December 1, 2023, 11:30 PM (Montreal time, EST). To submit an abstract, please complete the following form:

 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us: rsadc.hsj@ssss.gouv.qc.ca

 

Thanks and best regards,

Rita Noumeir PhD, Dr Philippe Jouvet


 

PALISI Communications Update:

 

As we strive to enhance our communication with our valued members, we would like to provide you with some crucial updates and reminders regarding PALISI communications.

 

Monthly Member's Digest:

 

PALISI will be sending out a monthly email to all members on the second Monday of each month. To ensure you receive these updates, please subscribe to our mailing list by visiting our website at PALISI.org. Additionally, if you have any information that you would like to share in the monthly digest, please make sure to submit it to Ann-Marie Bown (Direct Email: ann-marie.brown@emory.edu) by the 1st day of the month. You can easily submit your contributions at www.palisi.com/communications

 

PALISI Emails Troubleshooting:

 

If you are not receiving PALISI emails, here are some steps you can take to resolve the issue:

 

  • Subscribe at PALISI.org and be sure to open PALISI emails to remain on the active list.

  • Add the "palisi.org" domain to your safe sender's list in Microsoft Outlook.

  • If you continue to experience difficulties, please submit an IT ticket to your institution requesting approval for emails from the "palisi.org" domain.

  • Consider subscribing with a non-institutional email address, such as Gmail or Yahoo, to ensure uninterrupted communication.

 

Please note that all the information shared via email is also accessible on our website at www.palisi.org/news. Should you require any assistance in resolving this matter, please don't hesitate to contact us at admin@palisi.org.

 

 

Contacting PALISI Leadership or Administration:

 

If you ever need to get in touch with PALISI leadership or administration, please reach out to us at admin@palisi.org. Your message will be promptly received by Monae Dove, who will ensure it reaches the appropriate party. We prioritize addressing your inquiries based on their time sensitivity and urgency, and you can expect a response within 5 business days. If you do not receive a response within 5 business days, or if your matter is particularly urgent and requires a quicker response, please feel free to reach out to Akira Nishisaki at nishisaki@email.chop.edu or Heidi Flori at heidiflo@med.umich.edu directly.

 

Your satisfaction and engagement with PALISI are of utmost importance to us, and we appreciate your attention to these guidelines. If you have any further questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact us. Thank you for your continued support of PALISI, and we look forward to keeping you informed and involved in our thriving community of investigators.

 

Sincerely,

 

PALISI Network Executive Committee


 

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Do you have any information that you would like to share in the monthly digest? Make sure to submit it to Ann-Marie Brown by the 1st day of the month at www.palisi.com/communications. (Direct Email: ann-marie.brown@emory.edu








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