PCORI Annual Meeting 2016, Changing the Conversation About Health Research, #PCORI2016

Help shape the future of patient-centered comparative clinical effectiveness research.

More than 1,000 members of the healthcare community convened for two-and-a-half days of updates on the how scientists, patients, and other stakeholders are working together to make clinical research more useful and relevant. National thought leaders, researchers, patients, family caregivers, clinicians, and others discussed key trends in patient-centered research, promising progress in PCORI-funded studies, and efforts to improve research methods and dissemination and uptake of important research results.

Catch up on the conversation! Use #PCORI2016 on Twitter and Facebook. More information and the full agenda are available here.

Archived Plenary Webcasts and Facebook Live Session

We hosted a series of webcasts highlighting the impact of patient-centered outcomes research and a Facebook Live session on smarter use of antibiotics.

  • Opening Plenary: How Can We Make Patient Needs and Values Central to Health Research and Decision Making?
    Keynote Speaker: Stephanie Buxhoeveden, MSN, FNP-BC, MSCN, Nurse Practitioner, Neurology Associates of Fredericksburg, VA
    [Watch the full session webcast] [Watch the keynote address]
  • Plenary Session: Taking Stock: How is Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Advancing Patient-Centered Care?
    Keynote Speaker: Harvey V. Fineberg, MD, PhD, President, Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
    [Watch the full session webcast] [Watch the keynote address]
  • Plenary Session: How Can PCOR/CER Improve Care for People with Multiple Chronic Conditions?
    Keynote Speaker: Patrick Conway, MD, Chief Medical Officer and Deputy Administrator for Innovation and Quality, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
    [Watch the full session webcast] [Watch the keynote address]
  • Plenary Session: A New Vision for Health Research: Finding Common Ground among Stakeholders
    Keynote Speaker: Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, MD, MBA, President and CEO, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
    [Watch the full session webcast] [Watch the keynote address]
  • Smarter, More Appropriate Use of Antibiotics (A Facebook Live Event)
    Discussant: Robert Centor, MD, MACP, Chair-Emeritus, American College of Physicians' Board of Regents; and Professor of General Internal Medicine, University of Alabama at Birmingham
    [Watch the session]

Annual Meeting Blogs

 This was PCORI's second Annual Meeting. Click here to catch up on all that happened at our 2015 meeting. 


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