The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) is supporting the development of PCORnet, the National Patient-Centered Clinical Research Network, to create a large, highly representative, national network for conducting clinical outcomes research.
PCORnet will transform clinical research by engaging patients, care providers, and health systems in collaborative partnerships to improve healthcare and advance medical knowledge. By bringing research and patient care together, this innovative health data network will be able to explore the questions that matter most to patients and their families. Read more ….
- August 19, 2014Read more
NY Times; By STEVE LOHRAUG. 17, 2014
Technology revolutions come in measured, sometimes foot-dragging steps. The lab science and marketing enthusiasm tend to underestimate the bottlenecks to progress that must be ...
- August 7, 2014Read more
PCORI clinical-research initiative will collect information on some 30 million people.
Sara Reardon, Nature.com; 06 August 2014
One of the largest big-data experiments in health care has set its first research target. ...
- August 4, 2014Read more
PCORnet will be hosting a webinar series focused on writing for research. Webinars will feature 45 minutes of content coverage and 15 minutes for discussion and Q&A.
September 17, 2014
- July 25, 2014Read more
Posted on July 25, 2014
Large electronic health data networks have the potential to address major public health and clinical research needs. The DCRI’s Lesley Curtis, PhD, and Harvard’s Jeffrey ...
- July 21, 2014Read more
Posted: July 21, 2014 5:15 AM ET; NPR Health News; by NELL GREENFIELDBOYCE
No one likes it when a new drug in people’s medicine cabinets turns out to have problems — ...
- July 16, 2014Read more
Published July 15, 2014. Comments are requested by Sept. 15, 2014.
Informed Consent Information Sheet
Guidance for IRBs, Clinical Investigators, and Sponsors
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- July 16, 2014Read more
Posted 07/9/2014 | Dallas Fort Worth Healthcare Daily | by Matt Goodman Parkland has cut the risk of 30-day heart disease readmissions by 25 percent, Halm said. But UT Southwestern ...
- July 9, 2014
Posted www.nih.gov: July 9, 2014 Potential treatment targets sickle cell disease A drug candidate developed by researchersLittle it from a levothyroxine sodium seemed the it combine ...Read more
- July 3, 2014Read more
in-Pharma Technologist; posted July 2, 2014 A draft document published this week by the FDA lists risk-based inspections of manufacturers, traceability and quality as part of its strategic ...
- June 23, 2014Read more
Jeremy Sugarman, MD, and Robert Califf, MD, co-chairs of the NIH Health Systems Research Collaboratory Regulatory/Ethics Work Group, published an NIH-supported Viewpoint essay in the Journal of the American Medical ...
- July 3, 2014