David Kent, director of the PACE Center at Tufts Medical Center and professor of medicine, neurology and clinical and translational science, explains how a PCORI Dissemination and Implementation award has enabled him to broaden the impact and uptake of his original PCORI-funded study focusing on diabetes care and management.
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The newly awarded projects will compare the most effective ways to treat a range of illnesses and health conditions, such as posttraumatic stress disorder, anxiety in young people, and age-related hearing loss. Learn more
PCORI-funded researchers are now implementing their family-centered communication program, which helped reduce medical errors in seven hospitals’ pediatric units, to 21 units across the US.
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