Ray Dorsey, MD, a professor of neurology at the University of Rochester, shares how the results of his PCORI-funded research study — which was designed to help patients with Parkinson’s disease receive better, more convenient access to care — are being used to expand these virtual visits in New York through a PCORI Dissemination and Implementation project.
New Research Funding Opportunity Now Open – Apply Now!
Expedited COVID-19 Targeted PCORI Funding Announcement -- April 2021
Increasing Vaccine Confidence among Long-Term Care Workers: Expedited COVID-19 Targeted PCORI Funding Announcement -- April 2021
Monday, April 19; 12:00 - 1:00pm ET | Register
PCORI supports more than 140 comparative clinical effectiveness research studies relating to various mental health disorders, which in 2017 affected roughly one in five adult Americans. Learn more about these studies, which aim to provide information to help patients and those who care for them make better-informed decisions about their treatment options for mental health issues.
PCORI's Response to COVID-19
Learn about the latest developments, including an upcoming research funding opportunity,
nine funded research awards that address the COVID-19 public health crisis, and related reports and FAQs.
The topics — which include healthy aging, migraine prevention, telehealth for chronic disease management, and addressing racism, discrimination, and bias throughout the care continuum — signal PCORI’s focus on funding in high-burden, patient-centered research areas.
The latest brief — in a series highlighting the evolving landscape of potentially impactful applications for COVID-19 — covers a pair of treatments under development for patients hospitalized with COVID-19–related acute respiratory distress syndrome.
Opening Tuesday, May 4, they cover postpartum maternal outcomes in populations facing disparities, nonsurgical options for women with urinary incontinence, and addressing mental health conditions in individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
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.
Candid discussions occurring early in a patient's diagnosis are paramount. A pair of caregivers say that such conversations and decision aids, such as pamphlets and videos, can play an important role in helping patients and their families make realistic treatment choices.
Each of the estimated 1.6 million Americans who are diagnosed with cancer annually has a unique journey. That is why PCORI funds research that seek to answer questions across the cancer continuum, from screening and prevention to treatment, survivorship, and advanced care.
In 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.
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.
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.