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.


 Clinical Research

  • Cancer Research to Optimize Screening Success for Rural Oregon Adults with Disabilities (CROSSROAD)
  • A Community-based Assessment of Skin Care, Allergies, and Eczema (CASCADE)
  • Implementing Networks Self-Management Tools Through Engaging Patients and Practices (INSTTEPP)
  • Leveraging Mobile Technologies to Help Low-Income Women in Their 40s Make Informed Choices About Screening Mammography
  • Looking Beyond the Clinician Visit: Sustaining Care Coordination in Eastern Oregon
  • Oregon Geriatric Education Center (OGEC) Falls Prevention Evidence Based Project


Behavioral Health Research

  • Behavioral Health Home Learning Collaborative
  • Building Capacity for Integrated Behavioral Health and Primary Care (InteGREAT)
  • Internet Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) for Depression (Moodhelper)


Practice Transformation Research

  • Comprehensive Primary Care Initiative (CPC)
  • Patient Experience Learning Collaborative
  • Transforming Outcomes for Patients Through Medical Home Evaluation and Re-Design (TOPMED)
  • Willamette Valley Community Health – Patient-Centered Primary Care Home Basics


Community Research

  • Clatsop/Astoria Maternal Partnership Study:  PhotoVoice (CAMPS)
  • Community Research Enhancement and Education Development (CREED)
  • Connecting Research and Real Life: Building a Network in the Columbia River Gorge


Descriptive Research

  • Meta-Network Learning and Research Center (Meta-LARC)
  • ORPRN Member Survey