Thank you to everyone who registered, attended, and took part in the Building Capacity for Patient-Centered Research Conference. We had more than 200 people sign up to attend this virtual conference held on June 19, 2020.
During this conference, patient advisors, community partners, and researchers from seven institutions across the nation shared their work in one of the three stages of conducting PCOR:
- Capacity building and institutional support
- Implementing comparative effectiveness research (CER) and PCOR partnerships
- Dissemination through sharing results and best practices
Each of the institutions that presented have been funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) to investigate how the needs of stakeholders such as patients, clinicians, and policymakers can all be addressed when determining what interventions are most effective for specific patient populations. This conference was also part of a series funded by AHRQ that allows these institutions to share their practices in order to help advance and raise awareness about PCOR implementation.
We would like to thank The PATIENTS Program community and our funder AHRQ for making this meeting possible.
To see the recorded sessions, please view the videos below.
Watch this two-hour video to learn more about the topics that our presenters discussed during Sessions 1 and 2 of the Building Capacity for Patient-Centere Research conference on June 19.
Watch this one-hour video to learn more about the topics discussed by our presenters during Session 3 of the Building Capacity for Patient-Centered Research conference on June 19.
To read more about the conference, explore the following articles highlighting the conference from staff and students at the School of Pharmacy.
- PATIENTS Conference Showcases National Efforts to Build Capacity for Patient-Centered Research
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