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Project Status
Project Type
Has Results

Self-Management in Older Adults with Chronic Heart Failure -- The iCOACH Study

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
| Arkansas
Judy Weber, PhD, RD
Project Status:
Completed; PCORI Public and Professional Abstracts Posted
Project Type:
Research
Has Results
Project Status:
In progress; Enrollment complete
Project Type:
Research
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
Project Type:
Research
Has Results

Comparing Two Pregnancy Care Programs for Preventing Premature Births

University of California, San Francisco
| California
Miriam Kuppermann, PhD, MPH
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
Project Type:
Research
Has Results

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®
Has Results

Comparing Ways to Promote Quitting Smoking for People Referred for Lung Cancer Screenings

University of Pennsylvania
| Pennsylvania
Scott Halpern, MD, PhD
Project Status:
In progress; Data collected
Project Type:
Research
Has Results

Comparing Inpatient Versus Outpatient Settings for Treating Teens after a Suicidal Event

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
| Ohio
Drew Barzman, MD
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
Project Type:
Research, Research Conducted Using PCORnet®

Remote Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Major Depression in Primary Care

University of South Florida
| Florida
Robert Bossarte, PhD
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
Project Type:
Research

Comparing Two Depression Prevention Programs for Teens -- The Path 2 Purpose Study

University of Illinois at Chicago
| Illinois
Benjamin Van Voorhees, MD, MPH
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
Project Type:
Research
Has Results

Supporting Shared Decision Making between Clinicians and Older Adults about Colorectal Cancer Screening -- The PRIMED Study

Massachusetts General Hospital
| Massachusetts
Karen Sepucha, PhD, and Leigh Simmons, MD
Project Status:
Completed; PCORI Public and Professional Abstracts Posted
Project Type:
Research
Has Results

Comparing Ways for Patients, Doctors, and Clinics to Improve Blood Pressure Control -- A PCORnet® Study

University of California San Francisco
| California
Mark J. Pletcher, MD, MPH
Project Status:
Completed; PCORI Public and Professional Abstracts, and Final Research Report Posted
Project Type:
Research, Research Conducted Using PCORnet®

Comparing Two Ways to Provide Treatment for Pregnant Women with Opioid Use Disorder

Trustees of Dartmouth College
| New Hampshire
Sarah Lord, PhD
Project Status:
In progress; Data collected
Project Type:
Research
Has Results
Project Status:
Completed; PCORI Public and Professional Abstracts, and Final Research Report Posted
Project Type:
Research
Has Results
Project Status:
In PCORI Peer-Review Process
Project Type:
Research
Has Results

Comparing Two Ways to Treat Depression among Pregnant Women and New Mothers with Low Incomes

Boston Medical Center
| Massachusetts
Michael Silverstein, MD, MPH; Caroline J Kistin, MD, MSc
Project Status:
Completed; PCORI Public and Professional Abstracts, and Final Research Report Posted
Project Type:
Research
Has Results

Comparing Two Programs for Weight Loss among Marshallese Adults Living in the United States

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
| Arkansas
Pearl McElfish, PhD, MS, MBA
Project Status:
Completed; PCORI Public and Professional Abstracts, and Final Research Report Posted
Project Type:
Research
Has Results
Project Status:
Completed; PCORI Public and Professional Abstracts Posted
Project Type:
Research
Has Results

Testing a Program to Improve the Integration of Behavioral Health Care into Primary Care Settings

University of Vermont and State Agricultural College
| Vermont
Benjamin Littenberg, MD
Project Status:
Completed; PCORI Public and Professional Abstracts Posted
Project Type:
Research
Has Results
Project Status:
In PCORI Peer-Review Process
Project Type:
Research
Has Results

Comparing Two Ways to Schedule Breast Cancer Screenings -- The WISDOM Study

University of California, San Francisco
| California
Laura J. Esserman, MD, MBA
Project Status:
In progress; Recruiting
Project Type:
Research

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