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CER 2016 Goldman Intro

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Liz Goldman, MD, MCR, introduces CTSI CER Symposium 2016: "Specialist and Generalist Engaging Stakeholders in Comparative Effectiveness Research"

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CER 2016 Goldman Intro

  1. 1. Specialty and Generalists Engaging Stakeholders in Comparative Effectiveness Research Clinical & Translational Science Institute 8:30-8:45 Introductions and Overview Liz Goldman, MD, MCR, UCSF 8:45--9:40 Novel Approaches to Patient Engagement Adrian F. Hernandez, MD, MHS, Duke University Vanessa Jacoby, MD, UCSF 9:40- 10:35 Specialty and Generalist Collaboration: Multidisciplinary Teams Tung Nguyen, MD, UCSF Mandana Khalili, MD, UCSF Arcadi Kolchak, San Francisco Hep B Free Raj Srivastava, MD, MPH, University of Utah 10:35-10:45 10:45-11:40 11:40-12:00 Refreshments and Networking PCORI’s New Initiatives Anne Trontell, MD, MPH, PCORI Kathryn Phillips, PhD, UCSF Dan Dohan, PhD, UCSF Resources at UCSF to Support CER and PCOR Liz Goldman, MD, MCR, UCSF
  2. 2. Overview and Introduction 2/3/2016 Liz Goldman, MD, MCR CTSI Director of CER, 2015-2016 Associate Professor of Medicine, UCSF
  3. 3. “Comparative Effectiveness Research is the generation and synthesis of evidence that compares the benefits and harms of alternative methods to prevent, diagnose, treat, and monitor a clinical condition or to improve the delivery of care.” Institute of Medicine 2/2/2016Clinical & Translational Science Institute
  4. 4. CTSI 5th Annual CER Symposium Goals  Foster collaboration & networking among Bay Area researchers  Highlight innovative examples & disseminate learnings  Understand PCORI’s new directions  Promote UCSF resources that support CER Clinical & Translational Science Institute 2/2/2016
  5. 5. 5 Clinical & Translational Science Institute 2/2/2016
  6. 6. Engaging Stakeholders Purchasers Caregivers/Family Members Payers Patients/Consumers Clinicians Training Institutions Policy Makers Hospitals/Health Systems Industry Patient/Caregiver Advocacy Organizations Clinical & Translational Science Institute 2/2016
  7. 7. PCORI Support for Bay Area Research Number of projects: 43 Amount awarded: $98,772,031 Institutions funded: UCSF Kaiser Foundation Palo Alto Medical Foundation Stanford San Francisco State University Sutter Medical Foundation UC Berkeley Highland Hospital Family Service Agency of San Francisco Clinical & Translational Science Institute 2/2/2016
  8. 8. 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Number of Bay Area Projects by Type of Award Total Clinical & Translational Science Institute 2/2/2016
  9. 9. New PCORI Initiatives Clinical & Translational Science Institute 2/2/2016
  10. 10. UCSF Resources to Support CER and PCOR Clinical & Translational Science Institute 2/2/2016
  11. 11. Thank You! Adrian Hernandez Vanessa Jacoby Tung Nguyen Mandana Khalili Arcadi Kolchak Raj Shrivastava Anne Trontell Kathryn Phillips Dan Dohan Aria Yow Terry O’Donnell Nooshin Latour Elisa Webb Cynthia Piontkowski Mike Steinmann Alicia Fernandez PCORI UCSF CTSI Clinical & Translational Science Institute 2/2/2016
  12. 12. Bay Area Partners Thank You! Doug Owens, Paul Heidenreich, Mark Hlatky, Steve Asch, Kathy McDonald, Randy Stafford Henry Lee Stanford Steve Shortell, Will Dow, Jamie Robinson, Hector Rodriguez, Kim McPherson, Ghada Haddad UC Berkeley Tracy Lieu, Andy Avins, Richard Grant Kaiser Joy Melnikow, Rich Kravitz UC Davis Hal Luft PAMF Steve Cummings, Chantelle Thomas SF Coordinating Center, CPMC RI 2/2/2016Clinical & Translational Science Institute

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