Patient and stakeholder input are critical to our success and helping to ensure that our work is truly patient centered. We are committed to continuously seeking input from the public to guide what we do. Through public comment periods, opportunities to review research applications, attending workshops and other activities, there are many ways for you to participate in PCORI’s work. Learn more about PCORI and the fundamental role that meaningful engagement of patients and stakeholders plays in our work. View PCORI 101.
PCORI invites professional and lay audiences to be reviewers of research applications submitted in response to PCORI funding announcements. Apply now to become a reviewer.
The PCORI Ambassador Program will help unite individual and organizational Ambassadors around the promise of patient-centered outcomes research (PCOR).
PCORI hosts workshops to obtain input from patients, caregivers and other stakeholders on its work. Subscribe to PCORI’s mailing list to stay informed of future opportunities.
Participate in our webinar series on how PCORI is advancing patient-centered outcomes research.
PCORI has named representatives of stakeholder groups from across the healthcare community to help advance our scientific and engagement work through the first the PCORI Advisory Panels.
PCORI invites patients, caregivers, clinicians and all healthcare community members to submit the specific questions they would like PCORI to consider for funding.
The suggestions received will be evaluated through PCORI’s developing process to identify and prioritize specific topics to study.
PCORI periodically provides formal public comment periods to obtain and incorporate public input and feedback on its work, including draft reports, policies and initiatives.