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University of Wisconsin Approved for $2.1 Million Funding Award by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute

Liz JacobsCan peer support do a better job than standard community services of keeping elderly people out of hospitals and nursing homes?

A University of Wisconsin-Madison research team led by Dr. Elizabeth Jacobs, associate professor of medicine and associate vice chair for health services research, was awarded $2.1 million by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) to study “The Effectiveness of Peer-to-Peer Community Support to Promote Aging in Place.” This three-year study is one of 33 grants approved in this year’s cycle by PCORI.

Elizabeth Cox's Project Featured at PCORI Regional Workshop

Elizabeth CoxDr. Elizabeth Cox's project on family-centered tailoring of pediatric diabetes self-management resources was featured in the PCORI Regional Workshop on "The Power of Partnership in Research: Improving Healthcare Outcomes in the Midwest and Upper Plains" on June 18-19.

You can view the slides from Dr. Cox's presentation on the PCORI website.

Dr. Elizabeth Jacobs Re-Appointed to PCORI Advisory Panel on Addressing Disparities

Liz JacobsDr. Elizabeth Jacobs was recently re-appointed to the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Advisory Panel on Addressing Disparities. She has served on the panel for the last year, and will now be serving for the next three years. 

Dr. Jacobs is one of 21 members of the panel, which represents investigators, providers, and community and patient stakeholders, and works collaboratively to provide scientific and technical expertise, refine and prioritize research questions, and offer input on other issues relevant to the PCORI mission.

Elizabeth Cox Re-Appointed to Serve on PCORI Advisory Panel

Elizabeth CoxElizabeth Cox, MD, PhD, Associate Professor in the Departments of Pediatrics and Population Health Sciences, has been re-appointed by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) to serve on their Advisory Panel on Improving Healthcare Systems (IHS).

The Advisory Panel on IHS is one of four panels to provide expertise and feedback on scientific and technical issues, represent patient and stakeholder engagement, and review and highlight research questions to represent PCORI’s mission.

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