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Working group meetings provide an opportunity for investigators to receive feedback on research proposals, drafts of papers, grant applications, or any other aspects of projects at any stage of development. This meeting is designed as an informal working group not a formal presentation. For more details look under the How We Can Help section.

To see the schedule for upcoming meetings please check the Events calendar. The next PIHCD meeting is listed below.

Upcoming Meetings

Date Details Location Time
Mon, February 13, 2017 CBSSM Working Group Meeting-Matt Corriere

Matt will be seeking feedback on a grant proposal regarding the impact of preoperative values clarification on patient-surgeon trust.

NCRC bldg 16 266C 4:00pm
Wed, February 28, 2018 CBSSM Working Group Meeting-Elliott Tapper, MD

 Elliott Tapper, MD, Assistant Professor in the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, will be seeking feedback on two survey studies. One survey deals with the methods used to diagnose cirrhosis. For the other, he will be seeking design advice for how to build surveys in regards to quality of life among patients with cirrhosis.

NCRC bldg 16 266C 4:00pm
Tue, March 06, 2018 CBSSM Working Group Meeting-Tanner Caverly, MD

Tanner is seeking feedback on patient vignettes designed to be realistic and vivid, to help us test how different types of vignettes (activated patient vs.not; complex patient vs. not) influence the way oncologists, nurses, and other cancer care team providers use a new web-application we are developing called the “Patient data dashboard.” This dashboard aims to integrate different health technologies to improve the patient experience of cancer care.

NCRC bldg 16 266C 4:00pm
Tue, March 13, 2018 CBSSM Working Group Meeting-Jeff DeWitt, PhD NCRC bldg 16 266C 4:00pm
Wed, March 21, 2018 CBSSM Working Group Meeting-Kayte Spector Bagdady, JD, MBE

Kayte is looking for feedback on the Aims page of her NHGRI K01 grant on ethical, legal, and social implication research into genomic data sharing agreements between academics and private industry.

NCRC bldg 16 266C 4:00pm
Tue, April 10, 2018 CBSSM Working Group Meeting- Lesli Skolarus

Acute stroke treatments are highly effective and very time sensitive (ie. Time is brain).  One barrier to timely treatment is tpa discussion induced delay/refusals. Based on qualitative data from a safety net hospital we think this is due to: 1) low health literacy of the patient population and 2) physician framing of the conversation that may overemphasize the risks. Lesli will be seeking input to build patient and provider guides.

NCRC-16 266C 4:00pm