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The PPE Team guides and supports the engagement methods and activities in the planning, conduct, and dissemination phases of PCORI's funded research portfolio, and it manages PCORI's Science of Engagement funding initiative. Do you have questions or want to learn more?
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Last Updated: January 2024

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