Supporting the Next Generation of Learning Health Systems Researchers

Grants Awarded Under the AHRQ-PCORI Institutional Mentored Career Development Program (K12)

The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) and the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) have awarded $40 million in grants over 5 years to 11 institutions to support the training of clinician and research scientists to conduct patient-centered outcomes research within learning health systems (LHS).

The institutions funded under this initiative will produce the next cadre of LHS researchers who have the skill sets to conduct, apply, and implement patient-centered outcomes research to improve quality of care and patient outcomes in a learning health system. Please click on the grant number for more information about each program:

Grant # Institution Program
HS026396 Albert Einstein College of Medicine The Center of Excellence in Promoting LHS Operations and Research at Einstein/Montefiore (EXPLORE)
HS026393 Children's Hospital of Philadelphia PEDSnet Scholars: A Training Program for Pediatric Learning Health System Researchers
HS026390 Indiana University School of Medicine Leveraging Infrastructure to Train Investigators in Patient-Centered Outcomes Research in the Learning Health System (LITI- PCORLHS)
HS026369 Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute CATALyST: Consortium for Applied Training to Advance the Learning health system with Scholars/Trainees
HS026385 Northwestern University A Chicago Center of Excellence in Learning Health Systems Research Training (ACCELERAT)
HS026370 Oregon Health and Science University NW Center of Excellence & K12 in Patient-Centered Learning Health Systems Science
HS026407 University of California, Los Angeles Stakeholder-Partnered Implementation Research and Innovation Translation (SPIRIT) program
HS026383 University of California, San Francisco UCSF Learning Health System K12 Career Development Program
HS026379 University of Minnesota Minnesota Learning Health System Mentored Career Development Program (MN-LHS)
HS026372 University of Pennsylvania Learning Health Systems Mentored Career Development Program
HS026395 Vanderbilt University Medical Center Learning Health System Scholar Program at Vanderbilt


Page last reviewed September 2018
Page originally created September 2018
Internet Citation: Supporting the Next Generation of Learning Health Systems Researchers. Content last reviewed September 2018. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD.
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