NOVA Research Company has experience with program/project planning and implementation, including concept development, grant and contract application preparation, and related data collection and management services. Our program planning team is experienced with designing program protocols, conducting program implementation, monitoring research client/patient accruals, performing data collection processes, and monitoring adherence to protocols. In the research arena, our services can include questionnaire development, data analysis and data collection plans, development of measurement metrics, and assisting with preparation of findings and their dissemination.
NOVA program planning and implementation services include:
Development of program concepts/protocols
Preparation of and carrying-out of:
plans for data collection/data management
training manuals and protocol manuals
Assistance in developing program presentations and publications
Planning and conducting technology/knowledge transfer
Our program planning and implementation team has experience with a wide range of program needs, from developing program concepts and concept statements, to establishing program protocols and providing training, to assistance with implementing the protocols and the programs themselves.
For more information on our program planning and implementation services, please contact Paul Young at 301-986-1891, Ext.110 or .
Program Planning and Implementation for the NCI Center to Reduce Cancer Health Disparities (CRCHD)
NOVA staff are collaborating with CRCHD Program Administrators to plan a comprehensive national program of patient navigator intervention research.
Five-City Women's Health Research StudyWomen Helping to Empower and Enhance Lives
NOVA staff planned, developed and implemented an effective pilot test of the National Institute's AIDS Prevention Model: Reaching Women at Riskwhich was collaboratively developed with HIV/AIDS researchers across the U.S. Read more.
National AIDS Demonstration Research Project (NADR)
The NADR Program was designed to evaluate the efficacy of research-based interventions to reduce or eliminate risky behaviors for HIV transmissionincluding needle sharing, polydrug abuse, and unsafe sexual practices. Read more.
Needs Assessment of Families, Health Professionals and the Public for a National Education Center on Alzheimer's Disease (A-DEAR Center) and Development of a Strategy Plan
For the National Institute on Aging (NIA), NOVA staff conducted focus groups with the general public; and with African American and Hispanic caregivers, particularly in urban areas; whose families had a member with Alzheimer's disease. Read more.