Building Capacity for Patient Engagement in Real-World Evidence Development
The Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy RWE Collaborative in collaboration with the National Health Council is creating a training program with resources/tools for patient groups to increase capacity to engage in the co-development and use of real-world evidence. This projects seeks to improve patient healthcare decisions through their improved use of rigorous comparative effectiveness research (CER). The primary outcome will be increased patient community capacity to co-develop, understand, use, and disseminate RWE. Additional information about the training program can be found on the NHC website (link).
This project is funded by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI). Additional information about the grant can be found on the PCORI website (link).