Al Richmond, MSW, of the Community-Campus Partnerships for Health in North Carolina, and Giselle Corbie-Smith, MD, MSc, from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill — co-presenters of the Closing Keynote at the 2019 PCORI Annual Meeting — discuss some of the valuable traits that might help someone who wants to be engaged in PCOR.
New Research Funding Opportunities Open
They include calls for proposals through our Broad and Improving Methods PCORI Funding Announcements (PFAs)
and the Pragmatic Clinical Studies PFA, which we are offering for the first time since 2018. Learn more and submit
your Letters of Intent now. LOIs for Cycle 1 of these PFAs are due Tuesday, February 2 by 5:00pm ET.
Thursday, January 21; 12:00 - 1:00pm ET
Tuesday, February 2, 2021; 2:00 - 2:30pm ET
Join us for this special webinar. Register now!
Dozens of PCORI-funded studies are testing telehealth strategies to help people manage their health and improve access to care, especially in areas where health professionals and facilities are sparse. Learn more about these studies, which seek to help patients and those who care for them to prevent, diagnose, and treat conditions.
PCORI's Response to COVID-19
Find out about the latest developments, including nine funded research awards that
address the COVID-19 public health crisis, and access related reports and FAQs.
Register now to learn about our three-year funding commitment plan, improvements to our various funding opportunities, expanded opportunities to get involved in patient-centered comparative clinical effectiveness research, and more. The webinar begins at 2:00pm ET.
The new Duke University-based study will focus on the benefits of a kidney transplantation outreach program to help patients with kidney failure, while a $78 million funding allocation will support Phase 3 of PCORnet®, the National Patient-Centered Clinical Research Network.
Sharing the results of the studies we fund with the public is a critical part of our work. A recent analysis of our early completed trials showed that the results are reaching the public in a considerably shorter time than those from similar research funded by other organizations.
New study results published in JAMA show that integrating an online program with health manager support led to a statistically significant greater weight loss after 12 months, compared with either the online program or usual care only.
Do you want to learn about and get involved in patient-centered outcomes research (PCOR)? Read about Research Fundamentals, our free on-demand training that uses evidence-based approaches and plain language to describe and explain PCOR.
PCORI has a critical role to play in identifying solutions to the dual public health crises of violence and the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic that are disproportionately claiming the lives of people of color. We stand united with the people of this country to find and implement those solutions.
The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute sends weekly emails highlighting results of our funded studies, newly funded research and engagement awards, opportunities to apply for funding, stakeholder workshops, and original feature stories about our funded projects.