ICE 2012 Annual Research Intensive – October 14-19, 2012, Portland, OR
The Oregon Institute for Patient-Centered Comparative Effectiveness (ICE) Annual Research Intensive is an NIH/NCI funded program providing an opportunity for promising investigators to learn comparative effectiveness research and patient-centered outcomes research (CER/PCOR) methods from national leaders in the field.
- “Introduction to PCORI and Emerging Funding Opportunities” by Kerry Barnett, JD
- “Designing CER Studies that Reflect the Perspective of Patients, Clinicians and Payers” by Sean Tunis, MD, MSc
- “Methods for Comparative Effectiveness & Health Services Research” by Mark Helfand, MD, MS, MPH
- “Instrumental Variables” by Alan Brookhart, PhD
- “Designing Pragmatic Cohort Studies for Comparative Effectiveness” by Eric S. Johnson, PhD, MPH
- “Engaging Consumers and the Media in Comparisons” by John Santa, MD, MPH
- “Comparative Effectiveness Research Priorities within CTSAs and the NIH” by Rosemarie Filart, MD, MPH, MBA
- “AHRQ Comparative Effectiveness Research Priorities and Funding Opportunities” by Francis Chesley, MD
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