ICE 2013 Annual Research Intensive – July 28-31
The Oregon Institute for Patient-Centered Comparative Effectiveness (ICE) Annual Research Intensive is an NIH/NCI funded program providing an opportunity for promising investigators to learn comparative effectiveness research and patient-centered outcomes research (CER/PCOR) methods from national leaders in the field.
Investigators with a clinical or research doctorate or equivalent.
- Receive training from national experts in CER/PCOR principles and research methods, including systematic reviews
- Q&A with national funders
- Learn best practices for engaging stakeholders in research design, dissemination and implementation
- Participate in small group sessions and workshops in CER/PCOR grant proposal development
- Hands-on experience with CER/PCOR methods
- Demonstrate working knowledge of CER methods including: unique features for study designs and analytic approaches
- Perform output analysis on large data sets to evaluate confounding and propensity scores
- Display an in-depth understanding of the role of patient preferences into study designs and how to measure patient-centered outcomes
- Recognize, critique and apply comparative effectiveness reviews
- Identify successful techniques for stakeholder and community involvement in research design, implementation and dissemination
- Outline agency priorities and funding opportunities relating to CER/PCOR
This program is a collaboration of the Evidence-based Practice Centers and the Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute (OCTRI).