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PRC Comparative Effectiveness Research Program

PRC/CER Logo SmallFour PRCs are funded through the 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to conduct additional research as part of the PRC Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) Program. The PRCs are conducting two-year comparative effectiveness research projects that compare the benefits and harms of different public health strategies to prevent, diagnose, and monitor health conditions in community settings.

Descriptions of Research Projects


Scientific Presentations

PRC Comparative Effectiveness Research Preliminary Data Presented
The four PRC Comparative Effectiveness Research grantees described their projects and preliminary data during a session at the American Public Health Association's Annual Meeting in November 2011. Read presentation abstracts.

PRC Comparative Effectiveness Research Grantees Present at CDC
Researchers funded by the PRC Comparative Effectiveness Research grants shared research experiences, methods, and preliminary results at CDC in Atlanta, Georgia. Read summaries and view slide presentations.


Additional Resources

CER Program Press Release
CER Program Funding Opportunity Announcement

 

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