An investigator can submit a proposal to conduct investigator-led research projects using national level data from (AHA/ASA) quality improvement programs. Research projects are hypothesis-driven studies that are developed into manuscripts suitable for peer-reviewed publication.
Developing and Submitting a Research Proposal
Study questions (hypotheses) need to be developed within the context of data acquired through the American Heart Association's Get With The Guidelines® or Mission: Lifeline program.
The applicant should review the data elements collected across their program module of interest. To avoid developing a proposal that has already been published, please review previous publications. Complete the Research Proposal Form completely with details and suggested tables and charts then submit to firstname.lastname@example.org. Decisions will be sent out within 3 months.
Links and Documents for Reference
See Get With The Guidelines - Resuscitation Research for details on that program and research.
Data Elements Collected by Program
- Get With The Guidelines®- Heart Failure
- Get With The Guidelines®- Stroke
- Get With The Guidelines®- AFIB
- Get With The Guidelines®- Coronary Artery Disease
- Mission: Lifeline®
Get With The Guidelines Publications by Program