To date, we have awarded approximately $125.5 million to support 612 projects through the Eugene Washington PCORI Engagement Awards program. These include:
- A project led by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign to develop a curriculum to educate military sexual trauma survivors and clinicians who care for them in patient-centered outcomes research/comparative clinical effectiveness research (PCOR/CER) practices and empower them as equitable partners in PCOR/CER.
- An initiative led by the University of Florida College of Medicine - Jacksonville to build capacity to promote the adoption and expansion of PCOR/CER conducted by the Urban Health Alliance of Jacksonville by forming a patient-centered research collaborative.
- An initiative led by the Accelerated Cure Project for Multiple Sclerosis to extend the capabilities of iConquerMS, to better engage and address the needs of pediatric patients and families, prepare them to be true partners in PCOR/CER, and provide opportunities to participate in PCOR/CER.
- A convening led by University of Maryland, Baltimore to address infectious diseases-specific CER/PCOR design and facilitate the exchange of evidence-based methods of engagement among clinicians, researchers, and patient advocates focused on infectious diseases.
- An undertaking led by AltaMed Health Services Corporation to design and implement the Patient-centered outcomes research by Activating Residents through Training, Network-building, and Engagement in Research in Southeast Los Angeles (PARTNER-SELA) program, leveraging principles of community-based participatory research (CBPR) to build capacity within the SELA community to engage in PCOR.
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Posted: February 2015; Updated: November 5, 2021