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UAB K12 IN PATIENT CENTERED OUTCOMES RESEARCH

Agency:
AHRQ

HHS/Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Project Number:
1K12HS021694-01
Contact PI / Project Leader:
SAAG, KENNETH G
Awardee Organization:
UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA AT BIRMINGHAM

Description

Abstract Text:
DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): We propose a UAB K12 program in Patient Centered Outcomes Research to support 4 PCOR Scholars. It will build on the successes and experience of our current Health Services/ Comparative Effectiveness Research Training Program and Minority Health and Disparities Research Training Program. Enhanced training of junior faculty in PCOR will be supported by our extensive research base in our primary emphasis area of healthcare disparities and secondary emphasis area of health system interventions. Training will be supported by further expertise in additional PCOR broad domains of: 1) Comparison of prevention, diagnosis and treatment options, 2) Communication and dissemination, and 3) Accelerating patient-centered and methodological research. Our research and training base is drawn from across 5 UAB Schools (Medicine, Public Health, Health Professions, Nursing, and Arts and Sciences) including 30 Primary PCOR Mentors and 20 Associate Mentors. We have identified 17 prospective PCOR Scholar (5 minority) candidates. Training capacity is supported by our recently re-funded AHRQ Center for Education and Research on Therapeutics (CERTs) and unique University-wide Interdisciplinary Research Centers Program, including the Center for Outcomes and Effectiveness Research and Education and the Minority Health and Health Disparities Research Center. Our overall goal for this 2- year career development program is to expand the training capacity we currently have built at UAB. A PCOR K12 will allow us to combine our strength in outcomes and disparities research into an innovative PCOR career development program with a health disparities focus. Our specific aims are to: 1) Identify and recruit the most promising and diverse junior investigators for training in PCOR 2) Provide career development support through individual and team mentoring, grant-development and grant submission support. 3) Provide intensive on-site and off-site didactic curriculum and multi-disciplinary training focused on PCOR with emphasis on health disparities and health systems 4) Foster a team-science approach and expand PCOR experience for training Scholars and other junior faculty with interest in PCOR by strengthening interdisciplinary collaborations 5) Expand our highly successful mentor training and mentorship review programs, concepts pioneered by our Health Services, CER, and Health Disparities training programs. 6) Develop a panel of patient advocates and representatives of patient organizations, healthcare payers, and academic experts to advise our program on the training experience and assist with dissemination. A UAB K12 will allow us to build new and expand existing innovative and sustainable infrastructure for career development, to recruit and train individuals with significan potential to be highly successful PCOR researchers, and to mentor them toward becoming academic leaders at UAB and nationally. PUBLIC HEALTH RELEVANCE: Creating the next generation of well-trained patient centered outcomes researchers is of critical national importance as we seek to improve patient centered health care delivery and reduce health care disparities. The UAB PCOR K12 career development program with a focus on disparities and health system interventions will be used to train and mentor the next generation of PCOR researchers.
Project Terms:
Advocate; Area; Arts; base; career development; Communication; comparative effectiveness; Development; Diagnosis; Discipline of Nursing; Education; Educational Curriculum; effectiveness research; experience; Faculty; Fostering; Funding; Goals; Grant; health care delivery; health disparity; Health Occupations; Health Services; Health system; Healthcare; improved; Individual; innovation; interdisciplinary collaboration; Interdisciplinary Study; interest; Intervention; investigator training; medical schools; Mentors; Mentorship; Minority; minority health; next generation; Outcome; Outcomes Research; patient oriented; Patient Representative; Patient-Focused Outcomes; Patients; Prevention; Program Reviews; programs; prospective; public health relevance; Recruitment Activity; Research; Research Infrastructure; Research Personnel; Research Training; Science; SECTM1 gene; Site; success; Therapeutic; Training; Training Programs; United States Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; Universities

Details

Contact PI / Project Leader Information:
Name:  SAAG, KENNETH G
Other PI Information:
Not Applicable
Awardee Organization:
Name:  UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA AT BIRMINGHAM
City:  BIRMINGHAM    
Country:  UNITED STATES
Congressional District:
State Code:  AL
District:  07
Other Information:
Fiscal Year: 2012
Award Notice Date: 29-Jun-2012
DUNS Number: 063690705
Project Start Date: 01-Aug-2012
Budget Start Date: 01-Aug-2012
CFDA Code: 226
Project End Date: 31-Jul-2014
Budget End Date: 31-Jul-2013
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FY Total Cost
2012 AHRQ

HHS/Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

$449,987

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