One PCORI-funded project is incorporating veterans as patient advisors in the research process to enhance research and clinical practice at the Department of Veterans Affairs. Agnes Jensen, a veteran with the US Navy who is involved with the project, speaks about the benefits of including veterans in the process and development of research and educational material.
Nominations and applications for the 2019 selection cycle for new members for several of our advisory panels are due by midnight ET on Friday, March 29.
Wednesday, April 24; 5:00 pm ET
These projects will focus on a decision aid for bariatric surgery and a shared decision making approach for diabetes prevention.
A PCORI-funded study found benefits of a decision aid for patients who have chest pain but are not having a heart attack.
They are designed to help patients and clinicians make informed decisions based on research that exists—and highlight research evidence gaps—on particular health topics.
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