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Welcome to GEM, a web-based collaborative tool containing behavioral, social science, and other relevant scientific measures.

The goal of GEM is to support and encourage a community of users to drive consensus on best measures and share the resulting data from use of those measures.

GEM enables users to:

  • Add constructs or measures to the database
  • Contribute to and update existing information (metadata) about constructs and measures
  • Rate and comment on measures to drive consensus on best measures
  • Access and share harmonized data
  • Search for and download measures

Learn more about GEM

Check out the Team Science Toolkit blog about GEM
See a recent blog by Richard Moser and Kisha Coa about how GEM can be used to facilitate team science on the Team Science Toolkit website (https://www.teamsciencetoolkit.cancer.gov). Make sure to explore this helpful site that has information and resources that support the practice and study of team science.
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See a recent blog by Richard Moser and Kisha Coa about how GEM can be used to facilitate team science on the Team Science Toolkit website (https://www.teamsciencetoolkit.cancer.gov). Make sure to explore this helpful site that has information and resources that support the practice and study of team science.
Inaugural GEM-inar! GEM Care Planning: Advancing Survivorship Care Planning
In case you missed it, click the link below to watch the first GEM-inar that highlights real-world application and use of GEM. NCI’s Carly Perry, PhD, MA, MSW and University of Pittsburgh’s Ellen Beckjord, PhD, MPH presented on the GEM-Care planning(GEM-CP) initiative and related science. They shared insights into the GEM-CP platform and movement to develop consensus on measures to evaluate survivorship care planning, and discussed results of the initiative. Original air date: Thursday, April 17, 2014.
Click here to watch the Gem-inar
News
In case you missed it, click the link below to watch the first GEM-inar that highlights real-world application and use of GEM. NCI’s Carly Perry, PhD, MA, MSW and University of Pittsburgh’s Ellen Beckjord, PhD, MPH presented on the GEM-Care planning(GEM-CP) initiative and related science. They shared insights into the GEM-CP platform and movement to develop consensus on measures to evaluate survivorship care planning, and discussed results of the initiative. Original air date: Thursday, April 17, 2014.

     

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