To date, we have awarded approximately $121.2 million to support 590 projects through the Engagement Awards program.
Recently, we approved about $2.6 million in new awards to support projects including:
- An initiative led by Florida Atlantic University to build capacity, knowledge, and communication competencies of veterans and civilian mental health providers to conduct veteran-centered PCOR/CER from conceptualization to development to dissemination.
- An undertaking led by University of Washington Bothell to establish a consortium where students, parents, educators, and community stakeholders will be at the same table to identify the key concerns regarding Seattle Public Schools students’ social emotional learning (SEL) and behavioral health (BH) needs. This project will aim to apply the results from the conversations and create plans for patient-centered, collaborative comparative effectiveness research to address and support the needs and concerns of students of color.
- A project led by N2Health to convene patients, providers, faith leaders, local government officials, and leaders from various sectors in the four counties of the Northern Neck region of Virginia to: learn about the issues of multiple chronic conditions and health literacy in the region and outcomes from the REESSI Engagement Award project; to receive information on the most current PCOR/CER research findings that are related to comorbidities and health literacy; and to understand PCOR/CER-focused engagement methods and foster partnerships with multiple academic centers.
- A project led by Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center to create a sustainable collaborative led by stakeholders with mutual trust, collaborations, and research capacity to design and implement PCOR/CER focused on substance use and prenatal care.
Posted: February 2015; Updated: July 9, 2021