As we mark MS Awareness Week, Ellen Mowry, MD — an associate professor of neurology at Johns Hopkins University — speaks about her PCORI-funded study that aims to provide clarity for clinicians on which disease modifying therapy should be prescribed for patients living with multiple sclerosis.
PCORI 2021 and Beyond: Opportunities for Funding and
Involvement in Patient-Centered Research
During this webinar, Executive Director Nakela L. Cook, MD, MPH, and other PCORI leaders shared our bold vision for 2021, including new and improved funding approaches and expanded opportunities to get involved in patient-centered comparative clinical effectiveness research.
Monday, March 15; 1:00pm - 5:30pm ET
Tuesday, March 16, 2021; 1:00pm - 3:30pm ET
A number of common and serious health conditions only or disproportionately affect women, and many others affect women differently than men. Learn about some of the more than 60 research and other studies we support that are addressing several of these 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.
As a panel member, pediatric urologist Kathleen Kieran, MD, MSc, MME, says that listening to panelists' diverse experiences has made a difference in her practice and research. Applications and nominations for PCORI's five advisory panels are being accepted through March 31.
Register now to join us when a panel of experts will convene over two days to discuss key health priorities on the horizon, including technologies, infrastructure, and social and environmental factors that will inform PCORI’s new 10-year strategic plan.
We are accepting applications for two funding opportunities that focus on building capacity to conduct patient-centered outcomes research related to two priority areas: COVID-19 and intellectual and developmental disabilities. Full proposals are due Monday, May 24.
Register now to join us for a live virtual discussion about telehealth during the pandemic and how what we have learned, so far, might impact the future telehealth policymaking. There'll also be updates about PCORI funding and research on telehealth and COVID-19.
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.
In her first Leadership Perspective, Executive Director Nakela L. Cook, MD, MPH, reflects on PCORI's achievements in 2020 amid challenges that are transforming the nation’s healthcare and research sectors, and how that's inspiring our ambitious goals for the years ahead.
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.