PCORI Grants: Evolving Engagement Policies to Improve Patient-centered Research

Track: Patient-Centered Outcomes Research

Session Number: 1025
Date: Fri, Apr 21st, 2017
Time: 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM


Patient-centered research is important to identify and study outcomes that make a difference to patients and their caregivers. However, patient-centered research is not understood by many in the larger research community. Clinical scientists may know of the PCORI group, but they may not understand what it entails and policy factors important to patient-centered research. This session aims to discuss patient-centered research from a practical and policy perspective to demystify this important topic.
Session Type: Lecture

Discipline: None
Session Type: Lecture

Discipline: None


Michael Schivo, MD, MAS
Assistant Professor of Medicine
University of California, Davis
Speaker 2
Justin E. Bekelman, MD
University of Pennsylvania
Speaker 3
Carrie Wolinetz, PhD
Associate Director, Office of Science Policy