Kristine Sande — Associate Director of the Center for Rural Health at the University of North Dakota — outlines the key reasons that healthcare researchers should involve members of rural communities in their research studies, along with a focus on rural programs.
The new research studies will focus on a variety of topics, such as maternal mental health, rheumatoid arthritis, strategies for treating post-traumatic stress disorder, and ways to improve outcomes for African-American women living with endometrial cancer.
PCORI supports more than a dozen research projects related to obesity. Learn about these studies, which seek to provide information about options for preventing and treating obesity.
PCORI's Response to COVID-19
Find out about the latest developments, including nine newly funded research awards that
address the COVID-19 public health crisis, and access related reports and FAQs.
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and yoga are both effective at reducing worry and anxiety in older adults, while CBT helps improve sleep more than yoga, according to new PCORI-funded study results published in Depression and Anxiety.
PCORI has launched a free, self-paced online training for those who are new to health research and want to learn more about the research process. The training is split into modules and uses plain language to describe patient-centered outcomes research.
A joint report from PCORI and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality examines the comparative benefits and harms of nonpharmacological and pharmacological interventions for alleviating breathlessness in patients with advanced cancer.
Are you interested in serving on one of PCORI's five multi-stakeholder advisory panels? We are now accepting applications and nominations for new members under the 2021 selection cycle. The submission deadline is March 31, 2021.
In early results published in the New England Journal of Medicine, a PCORI-funded study suggests that most adults can safely delay surgery for at least three months by taking antibiotics — a finding that is particularly relevant to patients and providers during the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
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