The purpose of these activities will be to provide technical assistance to TPN and the establishment and monitoring of Carolina Advance Health (CAH). 1) Planning and evaluation of patient satisfaction data. 2) Qualitative evaluation of organization and modification of CAH. 3) Assistance in quality of care evaluation. Principal Investigator: Timothy S Carey, MD, MPH Funding: … Read more »
The overall purpose of this task order is to support AHRQ’s Prevention/Care Management (PCM) Portfolio by expanding transparency efforts of AHRQ in its role as supporter and convener of the USPSTF. Specific tasks supported by UNC Chapel Hill key and other personnel: Task 1. Administration Task 2. Process Development Task 3. Reviewing and Synthesizing Public… Read more »
Creation and demonstration of a collaborative, multi-site, palliative care research network to reinvigorate biomedical research in Palliative Medicine
We propose to cultivate new collaborations among established investigators, and to assemble a new multidisciplinary team, to facilitate the conduct of innovative, high-impact, clinically relevant research in one of the most challenging biomedical and behavioral areas – palliative care.
UNC Sheps shall furnish personnel, information and materials as reasonably necessary, and shall devote reasonable business efforts to assist AIR in developing and preparing sections of the PCM TAC RFTO Proposal(s) and any modifications thereto related to NCQA’s relevant Scope of Work. • UNC Sheps shall work with AIR to determine whether or not to… Read more »
The components of Comparative Effectiveness Research include: evaluation of current evidence through systematic reviews; observational studies and analyses such as pharmacoepidemiology and modeling research; conduct of large effectiveness trials; and dissemination and implementation activities
This project develops and maintains a Information System on Health Services Research that collects available information on ongoing research projects funded by both public and private sector agencies for the National Library of Medicine.
The goal of this fellowship is to train primary care physicians for research-focused academic careers.
Training program to provide academic training and direct experience in the application of the research skills from a number of disciplines to the study of the organization, financing, utilization, and delivery of personal health care services.