- How should these results be used to benefit the populations and individuals who, historically, have been disenfranchised by the research?
- How can we assure that patient-centered outcomes research/CER improves clinical care and provides an improved pathway to more inclusive and diverse health care research and innovation?
We hope you will consider reserving a spot at the event. Stakeholders in CER – including patient groups, policymakers, investigators, and sponsors of research – will engage in a dialogue on the development, evaluation and communication of research results. The symposium will address the development of a CER usability criteria framework proposed by the NHC and based on research by Avalere Health. Click here for additional information, and to register for the event.