PCORI Will Ask Research Funding Applicants To Include Ideas For Disseminating Results – Draft Plan
Draft checklist would ask researchers for ideas on involving stakeholders, “engagement points,” and ways to disseminate research results, indicating PCORI will ask researchers to think outside of their typical approaches such as journal publication or scientific meetings.
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Having patients involved in all facets of the research process could help protect the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute from controversy should research findings contradict generally accepted standards of care, speakers at a comparative effectiveness summit said.
The overall Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute’s research agenda offered five broad areas where it will be seeking to fund research. While four of those areas will remain broadly defined when PCORI solicits study proposals through a PCORI funding announcement in May, the PFA in the area of accelerating patient-centered outcomes research and methodological research will add some specifics on types of studies needed and be issued in July.
With a draft document containing the national priorities and research agenda now available for comment, PCORI will focus in 2012 on discussing with stakeholders what specific research should be funded. By the end of 2012 PCORI expects to have a portfolio of research activities under way.