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Comparing Two Ways to Control Blood Pressure after Stroke

Wake Forest University Health Sciences
| North Carolina
Cheryl Bushnell, MD
Project Status:
In progress; Not yet recruiting
Project Type:
Research, Research Conducted Using PCORnet®
Project Status:
In progress; Recruitment not applicable
Project Type:
Implementation Project (Limited Competition D&I PFA)

Comparing Two Ways to Manage Diabetes among African-American Women in the Southeast

Meharry Medical College
| Tennessee
Stephania Miller-Hughes, PhD, MS
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
Project Type:
Research, Research Conducted Using PCORnet®

Are Two Hearing Aids Better Than One for Age-Related Hearing Loss?

Duke University
| North Carolina
Sherri L. Smith, AuD, PhD
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
Project Type:
Research, Research Conducted Using PCORnet®
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Comparing Two Ways to Promote Healthy Weight Gain and Prevent Obesity in Early Childhood

Vanderbilt University Medical Center
| Tennessee
William J. Heerman, MD, MPH^
Project Status:
In progress; Enrollment complete
Project Type:
Research, Research Conducted Using PCORnet®

Rethink the Strip: Stopping Glucose Monitoring for Non-Insulin Treated Type 2 Diabetes

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
| North Carolina
Katrina Donahue, MD, MPH
Project Status:
In progress; Recruitment not applicable
Project Type:
Implementation Project (Limited Competition D&I PFA)

Comparing Two Ways for Hospitals to Help Patients Recover During and After Stroke

Vanderbilt University Medical Center
| Tennessee
Kenneth Gaines, MD, MBA
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
Project Type:
Research, Research Conducted Using PCORnet®
Project Status:
In progress; Not yet recruiting
Project Type:
Research, Research Conducted Using PCORnet®

Comparing Treatments for Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease Who Don't Respond to Anti-TNF Therapy

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill^
| North Carolina
Michael Kappelman, MD, MPH^
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
Project Type:
Research, Research Conducted Using PCORnet®

A Shared Decision Making Intervention for Children with Asthma in the Emergency Room

Carolinas Medical Center
| North Carolina
Hazel Tapp, PhD
Project Status:
In progress; Recruitment not applicable
Project Type:
Implementation Project (Limited Competition D&I PFA)

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; Enrollment complete
Project Type:
Research, Research Conducted Using PCORnet®

Comparing Treatments for Children with Crohn's Disease -- The COMBINE Trial

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
| North Carolina
Michael Kappelman, MD, MPH
Project Status:
In progress; Enrollment complete
Project Type:
Research, Research Conducted Using PCORnet®

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