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Patient Centered Outcomes Research Partnership (PCORP)

The Patient Centered Outcomes Research Partnership (PCORP) is a training program for scientists and clinicians.

PCORP Overview

The Patient Centered Outcomes Research Partnership (PCORP) is a training program to prepare scientists, clinicians, and health care managers for conducting research on patient-centered outcomes and the comparative effectiveness of medical treatments.

The curriculum design is driven by community partners and combines online and in-person training. The program includes a focus on community-based health care and reducing health disparities among American Indians, Alaska Natives, and rural populations.

For general questions about the program, contact Deborah Gardner, Program Manager.

Quick Facts

What: Training program for scientists, clinicians, and health care managers conducting research on patient-centered outcomes and the comparative effectiveness of medical treatments

Where: University of Washington Seattle campus and online

Format: In-person lectures, webinars and other distance-based activities, small groups, one-on-one mentoring

Dates: The program will run from April 2019–June 2020, with an onsite session on the University of Washington campus in Seattle from July 15–19, 2019.

Application process: The PCORP program is currently not accepting applications. Application deadline was January 31, 2019. However, please check back soon to learn about applying to the Summer Institute.

Informational webinar: There was an informational webinar for interested candidates on January 3, 2019, from 1:00 to 2:00 PT. View the archived recording of the webinar here.  Slides are available here

Applications for the Summer Institute open soon. Visit the Summer Institute page to learn how you can attend a one-week overview of these methods. Learn more.