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    LowEducationSES-Demographic Dataset - Low Education (8 of 8)11/30/2017Dataset for linking socioeconomic status (SES) and demographic characteristics to EHR data - low education
    PovertySES-Demographic Dataset - Poverty (7 of 8)11/30/2017Dataset for linking socioeconomic status (SES) and demographic characteristics to EHR data - poverty
    MedianIncomeSES-Demographic Dataset - Median Income (5 of 8)11/30/2017Dataset for linking socioeconomic status (SES) and demographic characteristics to EHR data - median income
    HighEducationSES-Demographic Dataset - Level of Education (4 of 8)11/29/2017Dataset for linking socioeconomic status (SES) and demographic characteristics to EHR data - level of education
    UnemploymentSES-Deomgraphic Dataset: Unemployment (3 of 8)11/29/2017Dataset for linking socioeconomic status (SES) and demographic characteristics to EHR data - unemployment status
    CrowdedhouseholdSES-Demographic Dataset: Crowded Household (2 of 8)11/29/2017Dataset for linking socioeconomic status (SES) and demographic characteristics to EHR data - crowded household
    PropertyValueSES-Demographic Dataset: Property Values (1 of 8)11/29/2017Dataset for linking socioeconomic status (SES) and demographic characteristics to EHR data - property values
    Coury J, et al. BMC Health Serv Res. 2017Applying the Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) approach to a large pragmatic study involving safety net clinics6/19/2017This article is about applying the Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) cycle in a pragmatic clinical research study, called the Strategies and Opportunities to STOP Colon Cancer in Priority Populations (STOP CRC), to optimize the research implementation of an automa
    Drs. Briggs and Califf Stakeholder Interview 5-23-17 (Part 2)Dr. Briggs interviews Dr. Califf at the May 2017 Collaboratory Steering Committee meeting (Part 2 of 2)11/1/2017Former NCCIH Director Josephine Briggs, MD, and former FDA Commissioner Robert Califf, MD, reflect on lessons learned from implementing the NIH Collaboratory’s innovative oversight model.
    Petrik AF, et al. J Community Health 2017Predictors of Colorectal Cancer Screening Prior to Implementation of a Large Pragmatic Trial in Federally Qualified Health Centers 7/25/2017This article examined patient-level and neighborhood-level characteristics associated with being up to date with colorectal cancer screening guidelines and associations between these factors and being screened with a fecal test.
    Drs. Briggs and Califf Stakeholder Interview 5-23-17Dr. Briggs interviews Dr. Califf at the May 2017 Collaboratory Steering Committee meeting.10/31/2017NCCIH Director Josephine Briggs, MD, and former FDA Commissioner Robert Califf, MD, reflect on 5 years of NIH Collaboratory accomplishments.
    Weinfurt KP et al. Med Care 2017Comparison of Approaches for Notification and Authorization in Pragmatic Clinical Research Evaluating Commonly Used Medical Practices11/1/2017This article evaluates how patients react when they seek clinical care and encounter one of several different pragmatic clinical research studies.
    Drs. Hernandez and Califf Stakeholder Interview 5-23-17Dr. Hernandez inverviews Dr. Califf at the May 2017 Collaboratory Steering Committee meeting.10/25/2017Drs. Hernandez and Califf discuss the Collaboratory's achievements and future directions at the May 2017 Collaboratory Steering Committee meeting.
    Drs. Weinfurt, Curtis, and Hernandez Stakeholder Interview 5-23-17Drs. Weinfurt, Curtis, and Hernandez give an interview at the 2017 Steering Committee Meeting10/23/2017NIH Collaboratory Coordinating Center co-PIs, Kevin Weinfurt, PhD, Lesley Curtis, PhD, and Adrian Hernandez, MD, MHS, discuss the next phase of the NIH Collaboratory program, including what they are most excited about and what success would look like.
    Phenotype Case Study-LIREPhenotyping in Pragmatic Clinical Trials: The LIRE Case Study10/6/2017This document describes challenges and solutions to phenotyping for the Lumbar Imaging with Reporting of Epidemiology (LIRE) Demonstration Project.
    Phenotype Case Study-MURDOCKPhenotyping in Pragmatic Clinical Trials: The MURDOCK Case Study10/4/2017This document describes challenges and solutions to phenotyping for the Measurement to Understand the Reclassification of Disease of Cabarrus/Kannapolis (MURDOCK) Community Registry and Biorepository.
    PCTs DMC Charter TemplatePCTs Data Monitoring Committee Charter Template8/22/2017A charter template for data monitoring committees for pragmatic clinical trials.
    Weinfurt K et al. BMC Med Res Methodol 2017Pragmatic clinical trials embedded in healthcare systems: generalizable lessons from the NIH Collaboratory9/18/2017This article describes the NIH HCS Collaboratory, highlights some of the challenges encountered and solutions developed thus far, and discusses remaining barriers and opportunities for large-scale evidence generation using PCTs.
    Brinjikji W et al. Am J Neuroradiol 2015Systematic literature review of imaging features of spinal degeneration in asymptomatic populations4/1/2015This article is a systematic review of articles reporting the prevalence of imaging findings (CT or MR imaging) in asymptomatic individuals.
    Hudanpaa HT et al. J Digit Imaging 2017Using Natural Language Processing of Free-Text Radiology Reports to Identify Type 1 Modic Endplate Changes.8/14/2017This article describes the feasibility of using NLP to identify patients with Type 1 Modic endplate changes using clinical reports of magnetic resonance (MR) imaging examinations of the spine.
    Blake_Users_Guide_to_Computable_PhenotypesUser's Guide to Computable PhenotypesThis document provides a practical framework that will help physicians, clinical researchers and informaticians evaluate published phenotype algorithms for re-use in various purposes.
    Beskow_Informed_Consent_2015Informed Consent10/29/2015This white paper describes the ethical and regulatory foundations of informed consent.
    Living Textbook Copyright Policy Final 4-28-17Copyright Policies for Rethinking Clinical Trials®: A Living Textbook of Pragmatic Clinical Trials4/28/2017This document details the NIH Collaboratory's policies on original content created for the Living Textbook as well as contributorship definitions, how to obtain permission, and the minimal attribution elements.
    Living Textbook Pubs Agreement Final 4-28Publication Agreement for NIH Collaboratory Living Textbook4/28/2017This document details the publication agreement between the Collaboratory and contributors of materials created for publication in Rethinking Clinical Trials: A Living Textbook of Pragmatic Clinical Trials.
    Zatzick DF et al. Psychiatr Serv 2017The Cumulative Burden of Mental, Substance Use, and General Medical Disorders and Rehospitalization and Mortality After an Injury2/1/2017This article describes associations between comorbid mental, substance use, and general medical disorders, TBI, and violent events or suicide attempts and the postinjury outcomes of recurrent hospitalization and death.
    Simon GE et al. Trials 2016Population-based outreach versus care as usual to prevent suicide attempt: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial9/15/2016This article describes a multisite trial of two outreach programs to prevent suicide attempts among outpatients identified by routinely administered PHQ9 questionnaires.
    Mor V et al. Clin Trials 2017PRagmatic trial Of Video Education in Nursing homes: The design and rationale for a pragmatic cluster randomized trial in the nursing home setting1/1/2017This article presents the design and rationale for a pragmatic cluster randomized controlled trial that evaluated the "real world" application of an Advance Care Planning Video Program in two large US nursing home healthcare systems.
    Richesson RL et al. J Am Med Inform Assoc 2017Pragmatic (trial) informatics: a perspective from the NIH Health Care Systems Research Collaboratory3/14/2017This article describes the informatics challenges of conducting pragmatic clinical trials (PCTs) and proposes policy and research actions to facilitate the future conduct of PCTs.
    NIH Collaboratory DRN Solicitation for Query Requests (v3.0)NIH Collaboratory Distributed Research Network: Query Requests1/25/2017NIH Collaboratory invites requests to query the Distributed Research Network. This document contains details on how to get started.
    Zozus MN et al. AMIA Jt Summits Transl Sci Proc 2016Research Reproducibility in Longitudinal Multi-Center Studies Using Data from Electronic Health Records7/20/2016An article in the Proceedings-AMIA Joint Summits on Translational Science describing a framework to support the much-needed discussion of strategies to ensure the reproducibility of research that uses data from EHRs
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    9/22/2017A webinar by Thomas Carton and Joanna Ball on the PCORnet Commons' current use and future use and review core features of the site
      
    8/29/2017A webinar by Kathleen McTigue, MD; Karen Coleman, Phd; Roni Zeiger, MD; and Kathryn Burn covering learnings from the PCORnet Bariatric Study project team on including stakeholders in our project
      
    7/11/2017A webinar presented by Kathleen McTigue on how the PaTH network has developed an archive of patient stories to support the development of people-centered research questions in PCORnet and facilitate patient engagement in patient-centered outcomes research
      
    10/23/2017A webinar by a panel of presenters with real-world experience implementing electronic consent within PCORnet.
      
    8/15/2017Changes in Coding of Suicide Attempts or Self-Harm With Transition From ICD-9 to ICD-10
      
    8/15/2017PCORI User Guide to Integrating Patient-Reported Outcomes in Electronic Health Records
      
    6/8/2017A webinar by Joseph M. Coe, MPA, and M. Patricia McAdams, MS, on how to use social media to raise awareness and build community
      
    5/4/2017A webinar by John Muench, MD, MPH, and Thuy Le, MPH, describing current efforts to organize the ADVANCE Clinical Data Research Network electronic health record data
      
    4/4/2017A webinar presented by Dr. Sue Friedman, Founder and Executive Director of FORCE and Co-PI of the ABOUT Patient Powered Research Network
      
    3/7/2017A webinar presented by Michael Weiner, MD, Ronald Peterson, MD, PhD, and Rachel Nosheny, PhD, on the Alzheimer's patient-powered research network tool to facilitate patient-centered clinical research
      
    1/31/2017A webinar presented by Consuelo H. Wilkins, MD, MSCI, on the components of diversity and a review of engaged research approaches needed to address disparities
      
    3/7/2017A discussion paper from the National Academy of Medicine (NAM) that highlights priorities for active engagement of frontline clinicians to advance a learning health system
      
    1/6/2017A free NIH online course on designing and analyzing pragmatic group-randomized trials
      
    8/24/2016An article in Clinical Research in Cardiology summarizing how collaboration among academia, industry, regulatory bodies, policy makers, patients, and electronic health record vendors is critical for the greater use of EHRs in clinical research
      
    3/1/2016An article in Circulation highlighting potential areas of discordance between Good Clinical Practice guidelines and the principles of pragmatic clinical trials and suggesting strategies to streamline study conduct in an ethical manner
      
    12/8/2016An article in the New England Journal of Medicine proposing how the term “real-world evidence” should be understood so that this type of research can fulfill its potential to inform and improve healthcare
      
    11/17/2016An article in the New England Journal of Medicine summarizing highlights from the HHS Final Rule on reporting of results in ClinicalTrials.gov
      
    3/22/2016An article describing the need for collaborations with bidirectional data exchange within and across distributed research networks, using examples from Sentinel, PCORnet, and NIH Research Collaboratory
      
    9/16/2016A presentation on engaging patients as partners throughout the research process in a way that fosters trust
      
    3/28/2016Summary and materials from a PCORnet workshop on building trustworthiness in clinical research initiatives
      
    6/28/2016A presentation on the Alzheimer’s & Dementia Patient & Caregiver-Powered Research Network (Alzheimer’s PPRN) and their methods for patient-centered dementia research
      
    7/20/2016A presentation on PCORnet's Colorado Patient Partners in Research Network's experience and tips for reaching stakeholders through social media by Sarah Madrid and Susan Moore, PhD, MSPH
      
    10/19/2016A presentation on strategies for patient outreach and recruitment by Mitchel Lunn, MD, PI of PRIDEnet and Benjamin Nowell, PhD, Co-PI of AR-PoWER, two of PCORnet's Patient-Powered Research Networks (PPRNs)
      
    11/3/2016A presentation on Becoming a PCORnet Brand Ambassador by Lindsay Singler, Julie Schulman, and Jennifer Cook, members of the PCORnet Communications team
      
    7/5/2016Special issue of eGEMs (Generating Evidence & Methods to improve patient outcomes), an open access journal, exploring strategic uses of evidence to transform healthcare delivery systems
      
    9/3/2015An article in Applied Clinical Trials reporting the results of a Clinical Trials Transformation Initiative (CTTI) survey on barriers and potential solutions for clinical trial recruitment
      
    6/1/2016Information on clinical trial regulations country by country, collated by Duke Clinical Research Institute's Regulatory Services
      
    5/17/2016FDA releases draft guidance for using electronic health records  in clinical research
      
    3/1/2016The slide presentation on a model for a central institutional review board (IRB)
      
    3/1/2016Video recording of webinar presented by CTSA and PCORnet on an approach to a central institutional review board (IRB)
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     Grand Rounds

     
      
      
      
      
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    Embedding Clinical Trials Into Care Delivery: The Vanderbilt ExperienceSlidesVideo8/11/2017Bernard, GordonVanderbilt University Medical Center
    PCORnet Research Innovations: Engagement, Dissemination, and (Hopefully) Tech Transfer Pilots SlidesVideo8/4/2017Carton, ThomasPCORnet
    The DSMB Role in Pragmatic Trials: NIMH Progress and ChallengesSlidesVideo7/28/2017Ordonez, Anna; Siegel, Galia; Kim, Scott; Comtois, KateNIMH; NIH; University of Washington
    CTTI Registry Trials Project: Evaluation and Design of Registries for Conducting Clinical TrialsSlidesVideo7/21/2017Laschinger, John; Mitchel, JulesClinical Trials Transformation Initiative (CTTI)
    Leveraging Electronic Health Data in a Multinational Clinical Trial: Early Learnings from the HARMONY-Outcomes EHR Ancillary StudySlidesVideo7/14/2017Curtis, Lesley; O'Brien, EmilyDuke Clinical Research Institute
    Ethics and the Precision Medicine Initiative: Reflections from Working on the Central PMI IRBSlidesVideo7/7/2017Kass, NancyJohns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics; School of Public Health
    The Yale Open Data Access (YODA) Project: Lessons Learned in Data SharingSlidesVideo6/30/2017Ross, JosephYale University School of Medicine
    The Sentinel System: A Case for Analysis Ready DataSlidesVideo6/23/2017Platt, Richard; Brown, JeffreyHarvard University
    Project Baseline: Rationale, Design, and Progress SlidesVideo6/16/2017Mahaffey, Ken; Mega, JessicaStanford University; Verily
    ADAPTABLE, the Aspirin Study: Embracing Patient-Partnered ResearchSlidesVideo6/9/2017Brown, Linda; Gregoire, Ken; Faulkner, Madelaine; McCormick, Tom; Robertson, Holly; Roe, MatthewPCORnet; Duke Clinical Research Institute
    PCORnet Health Plan Research Networks (HPRN): Data Linkage Activities to Facilitate Longitudinal Pragmatic and Observational CER SlidesVideo6/2/2017Haynes, Kevin; Nair, VinitHealthCore; Humana
    Trial Innovation Network and PCORnet: Collaborations and SynergiesSlidesVideo5/19/2017Hernandez, Adrian; Shah, Monica; Benjamin, Danny; Bernard, GordonNational Institutes of Health (NIH); National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS); Duke Clinical Research Institute; Duke University School of Medicine; Vanderbilt University; Vanderbilt University Medical Center
    Pragmatic Clinical Trials and Learning Health Care Systems: Strategies to Facilitate Implementation of Results into Clinical CareSlidesVideo5/12/2017Larson, Eric; Tuzzio, LeahKaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute
    The SUPPORT, BOOST II, and COT Trials: You Must Understand Usual Care To Safeguard Patients and Make Firm ConclusionsSlidesVideo5/5/2017Natanson, CharlesNational Institutes of Health (NIH)
    Perspective on the Boundary between Quality Improvement Studies and Research: Patients, QI Leaders, IRB LeadersSlidesVideo4/28/2017Huang, Susan; Kaplan, SherrieUniversity of California, Irvine
    Testing New Models of Research Funding: One Brave IdeaSlidesVideo4/21/2017MacRae, CalumHarvard Medical School
    Toward National Trauma Care Practice Change for PTSD & Comorbidity: Lessons Learned from the TSOS Pragmatic TrialSlidesVideo4/14/2017Zatzick, Douglas; Jurkovich, GregoryUniversity of Washington; University of California, Davis
    Healthy Hearts Northwest: A 2×2 Randomized Factorial Trial to Build Quality Improvement Capacity in Primary CareSlidesVideo4/7/2017Parchman, MichaelMacColl Center for Health Care Innovation; Kaiser Permanente
    FDA and Pragmatic TrialsSlidesVideo3/31/2017Califf, RobertDuke University
    Patient-Reported Outcomes: A Critical Insight into the Impact of TherapySlidesVideo3/24/2017Spertus, JohnUniversity of Missouri-Kansas City; Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute
    Establishing the National Evaluation System for Health Technology (NEST) Coordinating CenterSlidesVideo3/17/2017Bardot, Dawn; Murray, BillMedical Device Innovation Consortium
    Implementing PROVENSlidesVideo3/10/2017Mor, VincentBrown University School of Public Health
    Showcasing Innovative Operational and Recruitment Approaches in the ADAPTABLE TrialSlidesVideo3/3/2017Robertson, Holly; Roe, MatthewDuke Clinical Research Institute
    A Tentative Introduction to the Revised Common Rule for the Protection of Human SubjectsSlidesAudio2/3/2017Sugarman, JeremyJohns Hopkins University; Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics
    Where Are We On Our Path to Digital Healthcare (And Why Is It So Hard?)SlidesVideo2/24/2017Wachter, RobertUniversity of California, San Francisco
    Healthier Together: Collaborative Networks of Patients, Clinicians and Researchers Creating Learning Health SystemsSlidesVideo2/17/2017Lannon, Carole; Margolis, PeterCincinnati Children's Hospital; University of Cincinnati
    INVESTED Vanguard Year: What Did We Learn About SMART IRB?SlidesVideo2/10/2017Hernandez, Adrian; Vardeny, Orly; Cobb, NichelleUniversity of Wisconsin, Madison; Duke University; PCORnet
    Connecting the Dots: Behavioral Economics and a Cluster Randomized Trial SlidesVideo1/27/2017Hernandez, AdrianDuke University School of Medicine; Duke Clinical Research Institute
    What "High Utilizers" Can Tell Us About Population HealthSlidesVideo1/20/2017Labby, DavidHealth Share of Oregon
    What's Next: People-Powered Knowledge Generation from Digital Health DataSlidesVideo1/13/2017Krumholz, HarlanYale University School of Medicine
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    Sugarman-Weinfurt-Interview-2017Sugarman, Jeremy; Weinfurt, Kevin11/21/2017Jeremy Sugarman, MD, MPH, and Kevin Weinfurt, PhD, reflect on the first 5 years of the Regulatory/Ethics Core.
    Weinfurt-Interview-2017Weinfurt, Kevin11/17/2017Kevin Weinfurt, PhD, reflects on the first 5 years of the PRO Core.
    Vazquez-Interview-2017Vazquez, Miguel11/3/2017An interview with Dr. Vazquez, PI of ICD-Pieces
    Zatzick-Interview-2017Zatzick, Douglas10/27/2017An interview with Dr. Doug Zatzick, PI of the TSOS trial
    Mor-Interview-2017Mor, Vincent10/20/2017An interview with Dr. Vincent Mor, co-PI of PROVEN
    DeLong-Interview-2017DeLong, Elizabeth10/18/2017Liz DeLong, PhD, reflects on the first 5 years of the NIH Collaboratory's Biostatistics and Study Design Core.
    Tambor-Interview-2017Tambor, Ellen10/16/2017Ellen Tambor, a member of the Stakeholder Engagement Core, reflects on the first 5 years of the Core’s work and the challenges ahead.
    Richesson-Hammond-Interview-2017Hammond, W. Ed; Richesson, Rachel10/10/2017Rachel Richesson, PhD, and W. Ed Hammond, PhD, reflect on the first 5 years of the Phenotypes, Data Standards, and Data Quality Core.
    Dember-Larson-Interview-8-27-15Larson, Eric; Dember, Laura8/27/2015Laura Dember, MD, and Eric Larson, MD, MPH, discuss lessons learned in the TiME UH3 Demonstration Project.
    DeBar PPACT Interview 7-27-15DeBar, Lynn7/27/2015Lynn DeBar, PhD, of Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Research, discusses lessons learned in the PPACT UH3 Demonstration Project.
    Jarvik LIRE Interview 7-21-15Jarvik, Jeffrey7/21/2015Jerry Jarvik, MD, MPH, of the University of Washington, discusses lessons learned in the LIRE UH3 Demonstration Project.
    Stakeholder-Interview-Hernandez-Weinfurt-Curtis-04-20-15Curtis, Lesley; Hernandez, Adrian; Weinfurt, Kevin4/20/2015Adrian Hernandez, MD, MHS, Kevin Weinfurt, PhD, and Lesley Curtis, PhD, of Duke University, discuss the future of the NIH Collaboratory at the April 2015 Steering Committee Meeting.
    Coronado Green STOP CRC Interview 6-17-15Coronado, Gloria6/17/2015Gloria Coronado, PhD, of Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Research, and Beverly Green, MD, MPH, of Group Health Research Institute, discuss lessons learned in the STOP CRC UH3 Demonstration Project.
    Simon Interview SPOT 6-11-15Simon, Gregory6/12/2015Greg Simon, MD, MPH, of Group Health Research Institute, discusses lessons learned in the SPOT UH3 Demonstration Project.
    Video-Interview-DeLong-04-20-15DeLong, Elizabeth4/20/2015Liz DeLong, PhD, MA, of Duke University, discusses lessons learned in the NIH Collaboratory’s Biostatistics and Study Design Core at the April 2015 Steering Committee Meeting.
    Video-Interview-Larson-Jarvik-04-20-15Larson, Eric; Jarvik, Jeffrey4/20/2015Eric B. Larson, MD, MPH, of Group Health Research Institute, and Jerry Jarvik, MD, MPH, of the University of Washington, discuss the LIRE Demonstration Project at the April 2015 Steering Committee Meeting.
    Video-Interview-Hammond-04-20-15Hammond, W. Ed4/20/2015W. Ed Hammond, PhD, of Duke University, discusses the work of the NIH Collaboratory’s Phenotypes, Data Standards, and Data Quality Core at the April 2015 Steering Committee Meeting.
    Video-Interview-Vazquez-04-20-15Vazquez, Miguel4/20/2015Miguel Vazquez, MD, of UT Southwestern, discusses progress of the ICD-Pieces Demonstration Project at the April 2015 Steering Committee Meeting.
    Video-Interview-Weinfurt-04-20-15Weinfurt, Kevin4/20/2015Kevin Weinfurt, PhD, of Duke University, discusses the work of the NIH Collaboratory’s Patient-Reported Outcomes Core at the April 2015 Steering Committee Meeting.
    Video-Interview-Zatzick-4-20-15Zatzick, Douglas4/20/2015Douglas Zatzick, MD, of the University of Washington, discusses progress of the TSOS Demonstration Project at the April 2015 Steering Committee Meeting.
    Video-Interview-Larson-Johnson-04-21-15Larson, Eric; Johnson, Karin5/22/2015Eric B. Larson, MD, MPH, and Karin Johnson, PhD, of Group Health Research Institute, discuss lessons learned in the Health Care Systems Interactions Core at the April 2015 Steering Committee Meeting.
    Video-Interview-Mor-04-20-15Mor, Vincent4/20/2015Vincent Mor, PhD, of Brown University, discusses progress of the PROVEN Demonstration Project at the April 2015 Steering Committee Meeting.
    Video-Interview-Platt-Hernandez-04-20-15Platt, Richard; Hernandez, AdrianAdrian Hernandez, MD, MHS, of Duke Clinical Research Institute, and Richard Platt, MD, of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute, discuss knowledge transfer between the NIH Collaboratory and PCORnet at the April 2015 Steering Committee Meeting.
    Video-Interview-Tunis-04-20-15Tunis, Sean4/20/2015Sean Tunis, MD, MSc, of the Center for Medical Technology Policy, discusses the work of the NIH Collaboratory's Stakeholder Engagement Core at the April 2015 Steering Committee Meeting.
    Video-Interview-Briggs-04-20-15Briggs, Josephine4/20/2015Josephine Briggs, MD, of the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health, discusses the impact of the NIH Collaboratory at the April 2015 Steering Committee Meeting.
    video-interview_WeinfurtWeinfurt, KevinKevin Weinfurt, PhD, discusses the work of the Patient-Reported Outcomes core.
    Video-interview_CurtisCurtis, LesleyLesley Curtis, PhD, discusses the Distributed Research Network.
    Video-interview_HammondHammond, W. EdEd Hammond, PhD, discusses the Phenotypes, Data Standards, and Data Quality core
    video-interview_TunisTunis, SeanSean Tunis, MD, MSC, discusses the work of the Stakeholder Engagement core.
    video-interview_VazquezVazquez, MiguelMiguel Vazquez, MD, discusses his new Demonstration Project, ICD-PIECES
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