Slide 7 Where the Eisenberg Center Sits Within the Effective Health Care Program Components
AHRQ's Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Dissemination and Implementation ActivitiesText version of slide presentation from a National Advisory Council meeting.
Image: The chart begins with four circles, each with a captioned arrow pointing to a text box:
- Evidence-based Practice Centers (15 Centers) → Secondary Research → Comparative Effectiveness Reviews.
- Developing Evidence to Inform Decisions about Effectiveness (DEcIDE) Network (11 Centers) → Primary Research → Outcomes Effectiveness, Safety and Methods.
- Centers for Education & Research on Therapeutics (CERTs) (11 Centers) → Primary Research → Education Research in Therapeutics.
- Investigator-Initiated Research → Primary Research → ; Comparative Effectiveness Research.
All four text boxes converge upon a circle labeled "Eisenberg Center." Three arrows lead from the circle; all three are captioned "Translate/Disseminate." The first arrow points to "Clinicians." The second arrow points to "Consumers." The third arrow points to "Policymakers." An arrow labeled "Feedback" leads back across the chart from right to left, indicating that this is an ongoing process.