Slide 5. PCORI Dissemination Assumptions (continued)

PCORI's Role in Dissemination of Patient-Centered Outcomes Research: Not "From the Ground Up"

Slide 5. PCORI Dissemination Assumptions (cont'd)

PCORI Dissemination Assumptions (continued)

  • PCORI has a related role and opportunity in creating demand for, and receptivity to, PCOR in anticipation of evidence/research findings.
  • Not a one-size fits all endeavor—translating results, and influencing behavior, is context-dependent.
  • PCORI will be most effective by establishing partnerships early (with the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) National Institutes of Health (NIH), non-governmental organizations [NGOs] and private sector actors) and clarifying what PCORI will and will not do.
  • Effective patient and stakeholder engagement, early on in the research endeavor, is the first step in planning and executing dissemination, and facilitating uptake.

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Internet Citation: Slide 5. PCORI Dissemination Assumptions (continued): PCORI's Role in Dissemination of Patient-Centered Outcomes Research: Not "From the Ground Up". May 2012. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/news/events/nac/2012-04-nac/levine/levinesl5.html