To date, we've awarded over $41 million to support 207 projects through the Eugene Washington PCORI Engagement Awards program.
In the past month, we approved more than $598,410 in new awards. These funds will support projects that include:
- New York University's project to work with recently released patients with mental health disorders to build readiness and capacity among individuals to collaborate in PCOR.
- A project by Michigan Public Health Institute to build a network of patient partners and stakeholders who will develop research studies that engage the inborn errors of metabolism community.
- A CP Now conference to bring together an engaged community of providers and patients to establish a prioritized agenda for patient-centered research for the cerebral palsy community.
- The 2017 Palliative Care Summit through the Coalition for Compassionate Care of California to provide education, training, and dissemination of best practices to expand knowledge of and access to palliative care in California.
Posted: February 2015; Updated: June 2, 2017