(CME/CNE Enduring Activity) Research Done
Differently: The Ins and Outs of Patient-Centered
The goal of this session is to provide background on PCORI and discuss comparative effectiveness research, engagement, and dissemination and implementation funding opportunities.
3. To be aware of the funding opportunities available to researchers, clinicians, patients and stakeholder partners.
1. To understand PCORI’s model of patient-centered outcomes research and core components of the research we fund.
2. To describe the PCORI application and merit review process, including an approach to designing patient-centered comparative effectiveness research studies to address key evidence gaps.
To obtain CME credit, you must complete the evaluation form. This event is approved for 1.5 prescribed credits by AAFP.