Giselle Corbie-Smith, MD, MSc, from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Al Richmond, MSW, of the Community-Campus Partnerships for Health in North Carolina—who co-presented the closing keynote at the 2019 PCORI Annual Meeting—discuss some of the valuable traits that might help someone who wants to be engaged in PCOR.
Thursday, January 30 - Friday, January 31, 2020
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The projects focus on age-related hearing loss, reducing racial disparities in hospital readmissions, improving pediatric trauma care, and reducing hospital readmission for people with sepsis or pneumonia.
Letters of intent are due February 4 for these new calls for proposals, which include a focus on new research areas of interest, such as intellectual and developmental disabilities and maternal mortality.
PCORI Board Chairperson Christine Goertz, DC, PhD, looks ahead to some of PCORI’s priorities for the year and welcomes PCORI’s next Executive Director.
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