This breakout session at the 2019 PCORI Annual Meeting provides an overview of how patient-centered comparative clinical effectiveness research can inform decision making around prevention related to health conditions. Prevention activities broadly interpreted may aim to avoid the development of a disease or condition in healthy populations, or improve management after diagnosis and recovery, including the need for monitoring for disease recurrence. PCORI-funded research teams share their approach to prevention and from stakeholder representatives who will discuss the contributions findings from PCORI-funded researchcan make in the field of public health.
Gyasi Moscou-Jackson, PhD, MHS, RN
Program Officer, Science
Healthcare Delivery and Disparities Research, PCORI
Debra Moser, PhD, RN
Linda C. Gill Endowed Chair of Nursing; Assistant Dean of PhD Program and Scholarly Affairs
University of Kentucky College of Nursing
Does a Program that Focuses on Lifestyle Changes Reduce Heart Disease Risk Factors in a Rural Community in Appalachian Kentucky?
Clinical Research Protocol Coordinator
Center of Excellence in Rural Health, University of Kentucky
Susan Flocke, PhD
Professor of Family Medicine
Oregon Health & Science University
Comparing Two Approaches to Help Patients Stop Smoking
Eileen Seeholzer, MD, MS
Director, Weight Loss Surgery and Weight Management Center, The MetroHealth System
Faculty, Center for Health Care Research and Policy
Ronald Myers, DSW, PhD
Director, Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson
Director, Department of Medical Oncology, Thomas Jefferson University
Does Decision Support by Phone Increase Colorectal Cancer Screening in Hispanic Patients?
Brian Stello, MD
Vice Chair, Quality and Research
Lehigh Valley Health Network
Eduardo Sanchez, MD, MPH
Chief Medical Officer for Prevention
American Heart Association
Michael Jones, RN, MSN, MBA
Assistant Vice President for Health Plan Operations
Molina Healthcare of Mississippi, Inc.