Megan Feeney, MPH, senior manager for community engagement at the Parkinson’s Foundation, shares how the Parkinson’s Foundation is using their PCORI Eugene Washington Engagement Award to figure out why women with Parkinson’s disease are not accessing care as often as men with this condition.
The Time for Audacious, Innovative, and Courageous Action
After following PCORI and its work for nearly a decade, our new Executive Director, Nakela Cook, MD, MPH, says she can’t imagine a more exciting prospect than the opportunity to build on PCORI's successes. "With a decade of accomplishment behind us, and a 10-year reauthorization sustaining our future, now is the time for audacious, innovative, and courageous action; the opportunities are ours to seize," she says.
Tuesday, June 9, 2020; 9:00 a.m. ET
Phased Large Awards for Comparative Effectiveness Research: View the preannouncement here.
By 2050, up to 14 million Americans could be diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, a common cause of dementia. Learn more about the PCORI-funded studies that are seeking to help patients and those who care for them answer questions about treatments for dementia and other causes of cognitive impairment.
PCORI partners with the Urology Care Foundation in a new podcast exploring how urinary incontinence affects women and the impact nonsurgical treatments can have on their quality of life.
Letters of intent are due June 2, by 5:00 pm ET, for our recent calls for proposals that focus on second-line pharmacological agents in Type 2 diabetes and conducting rare disease research using PCORnet®.
Catch up on the series, which brought health system leaders, clinicians, and operations management experts together to discuss the real-time learning taking place in cities across the United States and in Canada.
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