VCU’s Center on Society and Health, in association with the Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research, will host a seminar for research and community partners interested in patient-centered outcomes research.
The seminar will begin with a presentation from Dr. Christopher Gayer, Program Officer from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute’s (PCORI) Department of Dissemination and Implementation. This will be followed by discussions of the SEED Method, a new methodology for engaging stakeholders in developing community-identified research questions, by Dr. Emily Zimmerman, Dr. Steve Woolf, and Dr. Carlin Rafie. They will present two research agendas created by Virginia stakeholders using this method – one around the topic of diabetes/hypertension management and one for lung cancer outcomes.
Here is what the agenda is shaping up to look like:
11-12 – Dr. Christopher Gayer, Program Officer, Dissemination and Implementation, Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI)
12-12:15 – Lunch/break
12:15-12:45 – Dr. Steve Woolf, Dr. Emily Zimmerman, Dr. Carlin Rafie, Sarah Cook, Dawn Moser
12:45-1 – Engaging Richmond
1-1:15 – Engaging Martinsville
The event takes place Thursday, May 11, from 11-1:30 in the Larrick Center Court End Ballroom. Lunch will be served. Please register at https://redcap.vcu.edu/surveys/?s=A3Y7R9WHMD.
For questions, please contact Dr. Pamela Dillon (firstname.lastname@example.org).