PRC Comparative Effectiveness Research Preliminary Data Presented
PRC researchers conducting Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER)* shared innovative methods and preliminary results during a session at the American Public Health Association (APHA) 139th Annual Meeting in November 2011. The researchers also discussed how they are applying comparative effectiveness in public health research.
The four PRC CER grantees presented in session 5084.0 Comparative Effectiveness Research in Public Health. The presentation title, presenter name and PRC affiliation, and link to the APHA scientific abstract are listed below.
- Comparative effectiveness research in public health: background and overview
Danielle Ross, PhD, MSc, MA, PRC Program, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Primary prevention of falls: community-based comparative effectiveness research
Steve M. Albert, PhD, University of Pittsburgh PRC
- Comparative effectiveness of telemedicine to detect diabetic retinopathy in American Indians and Alaska Natives
Steven Mansberger, MD, MPH, Oregon Health & Science University PRC
- Comparing the effectiveness of lifestyle counseling and patient navigation on hypertension control and colorectal cancer screening in black men
Joseph Ravenell, MD, New York University School of Medicine PRC
- A combined lifestyle and medication intervention to reduce cardiovascular disease risk
Thomas C. Keyserling, MD, MPH, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill PRC