In 2017, the NIH Collaboratory conducted a series of interviews with leaders of the Core Working Groups to hear their reflections on the accomplishments of the first 5 years of their Core and the challenges ahead. The Collaboratory also interviewed the Principal Investigators of the pragmatic clinical trial Demonstration Projects to hear about the challenges and lessons learned that may help the conduct of future pragmatic trials.
2017 Interviews with Core Working Group Leaders
- Patient-Reported Outcomes Core – Dr. Kevin Weinfurt
- Phenotypes, Data Standards, and Data Quality Core – Drs. Rachel Richesson & Ed Hammond
- Regulatory/Ethics Core – Drs. Jeremy Sugarman & Kevin Weinfurt
- Biostatistics and Study Design Core – Dr. Liz DeLong
- Stakeholder Engagement Core – Ms. Ellen Tambor
For more information on these Cores, visit the Core Working Groups websites.
2017 Interviews with Demonstration Project Principal Investigators
- Pragmatic Trial of Video Education in Nursing Homes (PROVEN) – Dr. Vincent Mor
- ICD-Pieces mproving Chronic Disease Management with Pieces (ICD-Pieces) – Dr. Miguel Vazquez
- Trauma Survivors Outcomes and Support (TSOS) – Dr. Doug Zatzick
For more information on these trials, visit the Demonstration Project websites.
In 2015, the Collaboratory conducted interviews with the PIs of the original set of Demonstration Projects as they were beginning the implementation phase.
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2015 Interviews with Demonstration Project Principal Investigators
- Suicide Prevention Outreach Trial (SPOT) – Dr. Greg Simon
- Strategies and Opportunities to Stop Colorectal Cancer in Priority Populations (STOP CRC) – Drs. Gloria Coronado and Beverly Green
- Lumbar Image Reporting with Epidemiology (LIRE) – Dr. Jerry Jarvik
- Collaborative Care for Chronic Pain in Primary Care (PPACT) – Dr. Lynn DeBar
- Time to Reduce Mortality in End-Stage Renal Disease (TiME) – Drs. Laura Dember and Eric Larson