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These are the broad terms we use to categorize our funded research studies; specific diseases or conditions are included within the appropriate larger category. Note: not all of our funded projects focus on a single disease or condition; some touch on multiple diseases or conditions, research methods, or broader health system interventions. Such projects won’t be listed by a primary disease/condition and so won’t appear if you use this filter tool to find them.

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Populations

PCORI is interested in research that seeks to better understand how different clinical and health system options work for different people. These populations are frequently studied in our portfolio or identified as being of interest by our stakeholders.

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Intervention Strategies

PCORI funds comparative clinical effectiveness research (CER) studies that compare two or more options or approaches to health care, or that compare different ways of delivering or receiving care.

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Year Awarded

The year the PCORI Board of Governors approved funding for the project or the year the proposal received a notice of award.

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Using Visual Analytic Methods to Identify Patient Groups

The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston
| Texas
Suresh K. Bhavnani, PhD
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Completed; PCORI Public and Professional Abstracts, and Final Research Report Posted
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A Patient Decision Aid to Help Heavy Smokers Make Decisions about Lung Cancer Screening

University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
| Texas
Robert J. Volk, PhD
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Completed; PCORI Public and Professional Abstracts, and Final Research Report Posted
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Research
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Does a Decision Aid Help Patients Learn about Their Treatment Options for Advanced Heart Failure?

Baylor College of Medicine
| Texas
Jennifer Blumenthal-Barby, MA, PhD
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Completed; PCORI Public and Professional Abstracts, and Final Research Report Posted
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Research
Has Results

Helping Patients with Mental Illness Engage in Their Transitional Care

University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
| Texas
Dawn I. Velligan, PhD
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Completed; PCORI Public and Professional Abstracts, and Final Research Report Posted
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Research
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Completed; PCORI Public and Professional Abstracts, and Final Research Report Posted
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Does Plasma Exchange Help Improve Physical Function in Children with Transverse Myelitis? -- The CAPTURE Study

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
| Texas
Benjamin M. Greenberg, MD, MHS
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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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Comparing Sampling Methods to Engage Residents of Underrepresented Communities to Identify Research Priorities

University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
| Texas
Barbara J. Turner, MD, MED, MA
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Completed; PCORI Public and Professional Abstracts, and Final Research Report Posted
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Research

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