The 2019 Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Annual Meeting took place in Washington, D.C. this week. This year’s theme, “Making a Difference: Using Patient-Centered Research Results in the Real World,” highlighted how patients, researchers, clinicians, payers, and others across the health care community are working to make health care research more useful and relevant.
The latest results from PCORI-funded research and efforts to promote their use in practice were shared…
It takes about 17 years for new evidence to reach clinical practice. @PCORI is helping to close the gap between what we know and what we practice by bringing together patients, researchers, and clinicians focused on implementation strategies. #pcori2019 #preventNEC pic.twitter.com/s6ilk6fW4i
— NEC Society (@NECsociety) September 19, 2019
@chgoair discussing how her greatest liabilities during sickness are in fact her greatest strengths, allowing her to inform PCOR and patient engagement #PCORI2019 #southside pic.twitter.com/FFsuEAgIH9
— James Harrison (@JHarrisonPhD) September 19, 2019
…as well as thoughts on how real-world research can best serve the patient community…
Tell the consumer/patient what you need to have happen and they will tell you how to do it. Great advice on how to use consumers and patients in research design by Martie Carnie #pcori2019 pic.twitter.com/TTNYWYIiFG
— Dr Darsh Ayton (@darsh_ayton) September 19, 2019
Elliot Israel: Involvement of patient partners in research design can improve all phases of a study: from enrollment to retention and adherence! Support from the PREPARE asthma study on cortico-steroid inhaler use at #PCORI2019 pic.twitter.com/08SWZP20my
— Amanda Dawson (@ammdawson) September 19, 2019
…Permanente Medicine was also represented by our colleagues Kathy Bradley, MD, and David Arterburn, MD, of Washington Permanente Medical Group…
Don't miss #PCORI2019 on Thursday. Speakers on the topic of moving evidence into practice include Dr. Kathy Bradley at 9AM Eastern and Dr. David Arterburn at 10:45AM. Livecast at https://t.co/hHWJNHYj4V pic.twitter.com/7pUs92GXYO
— KP WA Research (@KPWaResearch) September 18, 2019
Deciding on #obesity treatments including #BariatricSurgery should be done WITH the #patient & they're supporter(s). @davearterburn & @JNadglowskiOAC, @ObesityAction #PatientEngagement #PCORI2019 pic.twitter.com/ycsyjzcNeL
— Dr. Leigh Frame 🍎🥕🍋🥦🍇 (@PhD_Leigh) September 19, 2019
…and powerful research aimed at changing lives took center stage…
True patient centered research presented by our investigator – advocate team today on the #PCORI2019 stage. @DrLauraEsserman and @dianeheditsian inviting everyone to be a WISDOM ambassador! #breasthealth #breastcancerawareness #joinwisdom pic.twitter.com/FSHbpcy7M3
— The Wisdom Study (@thewisdomstudy) September 18, 2019
— Lisa Diamond (@DrLisaDiamond) September 18, 2019
…patients were the focus from start to finish, with an eye on how to best serve the health care community now and into the future.
— Lee Jones (@LeeJonesMBA) September 20, 2019
For more information on PCORI and their annual meeting, visit their website.