Six projects have received funding through the comparative effectiveness research (CER) and patient-centered outcomes research (PCOR) pilot grant program.
The pilot award program was announced in July and is supported by UC Health and UC’s offices of the vice president for research and deans of the colleges of medicine and nursing.
Projects receiving funding:
"Developing a Culturally and Developmentally Appropriate Intervention to Reduce HIV Risk Behaviors Among Black Girls”
Co-Principal Investigators: Kathleen Burlew, PhD, professor, McMicken College of Arts and Sciences; and Donna Shambley-Ebron, PhD, associate professor, College of Nursing
"Multidisciplinary Adapted Cardiac Rehabilitation After Stroke”
Co-Principal Investigators: Kari Dunning, PhD, associate professor, College of Allied Health Sciences; and Elaine Miller, PhD, professor, College of Nursing
"Feasibility of Incorporating Patient-Specific Preferences and Values Into Decision-Making for Antithrombotic Therapy in Atrial Fibrillation”
Principal Investigator: Bryan Eckerle, MD, clinical instructor, College of Medicine
"The Role of Public Reporting of Primary Care Quality Data and Provider Identified Key Drivers in Chronic Disease Patient Centered Outcomes”
Principal Investigator: Nancy Elder, MD, professor, College of Medicine
"Development of an Integrated Patient-Centered Tele-Medical Home in Transplantation”
Principal Investigator: Shimul Shah, MD, associate professor, College of Medicine
"Identifying Disparities in Pediatric Asthma Outcomes Based on Spatiotemporal Access to Relevant Health Services”
Principal Investigator: Michael Widener, PhD, assistant professor, McMicken College of Arts and Sciences