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Research

Developing Methods and Guidance to Improve Hybrid Study Designs

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
| North Carolina
Jennifer Lund, PhD
Project Status:
In progress; Recruitment not applicable
Project Type:
Research

Comparing Two Ways to Help Patients Manage Long-Term Non-Cancer Pain

RTI International
| North Carolina
Lauren A. McCormack, PhD, MSPH
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
Project Type:
Research, Research Conducted Using PCORnet®
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In progress; Recruiting
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Research
Has Results

Developing New Methods for Comparing Treatments in Case-Control Studies

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
| Massachusetts
Goodarz Danaei, MD, MS, DSc
Project Status:
Completed; PCORI Public and Professional Abstracts, and Final Research Report Posted
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Research
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Terminated
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Research
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Awarded; Contract not executed
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Research
Has Results
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In progress; Data collected
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Research

Comparing the Benefits and Harms of Medicines for Long-Term Treatment of Blood Clots -- The ALTERNATIVE Study

University of California, San Francisco
| California
Margaret Fang, MD, MPH
Project Status:
In PCORI Peer-Review Process
Project Type:
Research
Project Status:
In progress; Enrollment complete
Project Type:
Research
Has Results

New Statistical Methods to Compare the Effectiveness of Adaptive Treatment Plans

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
| Ohio
Bin Huang, PhD
Project Status:
Completed; PCORI Public and Professional Abstracts, and Final Research Report Posted
Project Type:
Research
Has Results

Statistical Methods to Preserve Patient Privacy When Sharing and Analyzing Data

Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Inc.
| Massachusetts
Darren Toh, ScD, BPHAR, MS
Project Status:
Completed; PCORI Public and Professional Abstracts, and Final Research Report Posted
Project Type:
Research
Has Results

Methods for Comparing Treatments Using Different Ways of Grouping Patients

University of California, San Francisco^
| California
Mi-Ok Kim, PhD
Project Status:
Completed; PCORI Public and Professional Abstracts, and Final Research Report Posted
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Research
Has Results
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Completed; PCORI Public and Professional Abstracts, and Final Research Report Posted
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Research
Has Results

Comparing Statistical Models That Predict if Patients Will Take a New Medicine as Directed

Brigham and Women's Hospital
| Massachusetts
Joshua J. Gagne, TRD, PharmD, ScD
Project Status:
Completed; PCORI Public and Professional Abstracts, and Final Research Report Posted
Project Type:
Research
Has Results

Methods for Improving Confounding Control in Comparative Effectiveness Research Using Electronic Healthcare Databases

Brigham and Women's Hospital
| Massachusetts
Sebastian Schneeweiss, MD, MS, ScD
Project Status:
Completed; PCORI Public and Professional Abstracts, and Final Research Report Posted
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Research
Has Results
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Completed; PCORI Public and Professional Abstracts, and Final Research Report Posted
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Research
Has Results

Determining the Best Methods for Using Patient Registry Data in Clinical Research

Brigham and Women's Hospital
| Massachusetts
Daniel H. Solomon, MD, MPH
Project Status:
Completed; PCORI Public and Professional Abstracts, and Final Research Report Posted
Project Type:
Research
Has Results

Integrating Analytical Methods to Improve Comparative Effectiveness Research

Tufts Medical Center
| Massachusetts
John B. Wong, MD
Project Status:
Completed; PCORI Public and Professional Abstracts, and Final Research Report Posted
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Research
Has Results
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Completed; PCORI Public and Professional Abstracts, and Final Research Report Posted
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Completed; PCORI Public and Professional Abstracts, and Final Research Report Posted
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Completed; PCORI Public and Professional Abstracts, and Final Research Report Posted
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Completed; PCORI Public and Professional Abstracts, and Final Research Report Posted
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Research

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