PCORnet, the National Patient-Centered Clinical Research Network

PCORnet, the National Patient-Centered Clinical Research Network, is an innovative initiative of the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI). It is designed to make it faster, easier, and less costly to conduct clinical research than is now possible by harnessing the power of large amounts of health data and patient partnerships. In the process, it is transforming the culture of clinical research from one directed by researchers to one driven by the needs of patients and those who care for them.

 

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Placing Arthritis Research in Patients’ Hands

The ArthritisPower partnership is one of the Patient-Powered Research Networks that make up PCORnet. Learn more about a patient-led, patient-centered research registry for arthritis, as well as bone and inflammatory skin conditions. Joining the registry gives patients access to a free mobile and desktop application to measure and track their symptoms and share their experiences with researchers and healthcare providers.
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PCORnet Announces Enrollment of First Participant in ADAPTABLE Aspirin Study

“PCORnet is shifting the research paradigm through studies like ADAPTABLE by introducing a new genre of patient-centered research where patients are engaged to improve the science of clinical trial design,” said Adrian F. Hernandez, MD, MHS, director of outcomes and health services research at the Duke Clinical Research Institute (DCRI) and PCORnet’s Coordinating Center Co-Principal Investigator.
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How Parents, Patients, and Researchers Help Define the Future of Autism Research

In 2015, the Interactive Autism Network (IAN) became one of the Patient Powered Research Networks (PPRNs) that make up PCORnet. Established by the Kennedy Krieger Institute in 2006 to foster communication and trust between the autism community and researchers, (IAN) aims to improve understanding of the causes of, and discover treatments for, this complicated disorder.
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Last updated on December 17, 2015