Thank you for helping to promote PCORI's advisory panels and the 2022-23 application/nomination cycle.
This toolkit offers several communication items to help spread the word about the application and nomination deadline of March 31, 2023.
The drop-in content is designed to be used across various communication channels, including websites, emails/newsletters, and social media.
A Prepared Blurb for Newsletters/Emails
Nominations and Applications Open for PCORI Advisory Panels
PCORI is looking for individuals to join its five advisory panels. These panels, comprised of patients, clinicians, payers, industry representatives, and other healthcare community members, are an important way PCORI brings stakeholder voices into its work. If you are interested in advancing patient-centered research and helping PCORI shape its research funding priorities, or know someone who is, consider applying or nominating a colleague for one of PCORI’s advisory panels, which focus on:
- Clinical effectiveness and decision science
- Clinical trials
- Healthcare delivery and disparities research
- Patient engagement
- Rare disease
Serving on a PCORI advisory panel requires less of a time commitment than you might think. Applications and nominations are due by March 31, 2023. Register to attend a Town Hall on February 14 to learn more about how you can bring your voice to advance patient-centered research.
Social Media (Tweets and Messages)
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➤ Looking to make a difference in patient-centered outcomes research? Get involved with a PCORI advisory panel. Learn more and apply today: https://pcori.me/3qVYXnv
➤ Learn more about openings on @PCORI's five advisory panels and this great opportunity to provide input and make an impact on specific patient-centered outcomes research issues. They are accepting new applications until March 31. Apply Today: https://pcori.me/3qVYXnv
➤ NEWS: @PCORI is looking for members from across the healthcare community to fill openings on their five advisory panels. They need your unique perspective & leadership on specific patient-centered outcomes research issues. Learn more & apply by March 31: https://pcori.me/3qVYXnv
➤ Bring your unique perspective to the table where impact on specific patient-centered outcomes research issues happens. Join a @PCORI advisory panel. Learn more and apply by March 31, 2023: https://pcori.me/3qVYXnv
➤ Interested in joining a @PCORI advisory panel? Attend their Applicant Town Hall on February 14 for an overview of each panel and information about the application and nomination process, as well as expectations for service. Register Today: https://pcori.me/3QhiJps
➤ Attend a @PCORI virtual advisory panel "town hall" on February 14, where prospective applicants can ask questions about PCORI's advisory panels, the application process, or the expectations of selected panelists. Register Today: https://pcori.me/3QhiJps
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- Suggested alt-text for image 1: Get involved with PCORI. Make your voice heard in patient-centered outcomes research. Become a member of a PCORI Advisory Panel. Learn more and apply now.
- Suggested alt-text for image 2: Get involved with PCORI. Nominate someone or apply to be on a PCORI Advisory Panel (Clinical Effectiveness and Decision Science; Clinical Trials; Healthcare Delivery and Disparities Research; Patient Engagement; Rare Disease). Deadline is Friday, March 31, 2023.
We'd Like To Hear From You
Please let us know how you've used this recruitment promotional toolkit to communicate about PCORI's Advisory Panels and application/nomination drive, and what the response has been.
We also welcome your feedback related to these promotional materials at [email protected].
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