Current Studies

CTraIn provides primary care, medication and transitions support for uninsured and Medicaid-insured patients.
ORPRN is currently partnering with rural primary care clinicians throughout the state of Oregon to study clinical interventions, behavioral health, practice transformation, and community engagement.

 

Want to know more about our studies?
Download the 2013 Studies Flyer


 Clinical Research

  • Implementing Networks Self-Management Tools Through Engaging Patients and Practices (INSTTEPP)
  • Rheumatology Clinical Decision Support for Primary Care Providers
  • Oregon Geriatric Education Center (OGEC) Falls Prevention Evidence Based Project
  • Cancer Research to Optimize Screening Success for Rural Oregon Adults with Disabilities (CROSSROAD)
  • Trajectory of Adverse Events and Analgesia with Opioids in Older Adults (TAANGO)
  • Leveraging Mobile Technologies to Help Low-Income Women in Their 40s Make Informed Choices About Screening Mammography
  • Shared Decision Making in Primary Care

 

Behavioral Health Research

  • Internet Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) for Depression (Moodhelper)
  • Behavioral Health Home
  • InteGREAT

 

Practice Transformation Research

  • Transforming Outcomes for Patients Through Medical Home Evaluation and Re-Design (TOPMED)
  • Enhancing Child Health in Oregon (ECHO) Primary Care Learning Community
  • Connecting Research and Real Life: Building a Network in the Columbia River Gorge

 

Community Research

  • Community Research Enhancement and Education Development (CREED)

 

Descriptive Research

  • ORPRN Member Survey
  • Meta-Network Learning and Research Center (Meta-LARC)
  • Linking Primary Care & Resources in the Community to Improve Health: Development of Measures