While evidence suggests that shared decision making tools are effective, Erik Hess at the University of Alabama at Birmingham says more needs to be done, including developing tools for conditions that do not have them, and normalizing established shared decision making tools into care delivery.
This annual observance serves as an opportunity to boost awareness of preventable health problems and to encourage men to seek regular or early medical care. Learn about some of the PCORI-funded research studies and other projects that address these challenges and health conditions that specifically affect men.
PCORI's Horizon Scanning System can also help us discover and better understand future topic areas for patient-centered comparative effectiveness research.
LOIs for proposals to implement PCORI-funded research results or effective shared decision making approaches in healthcare settings are due by 5:00 p.m. ET.
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