Patient and Community Engagement
The Center for Health Services and Outcomes Research is delighted to share its experience in Patient and Community engagement research. Below are the featured examples of projects currently conducted by our faculty or successfully finalized and published:
Accelerating Collaborations for Evaluation (ACE) Matching Service
ACE partners RWJF Evidence for Action applicants involved in community initiatives with researchers so they can build evidence to promote a Culture of Health.
Reverse Innovation & Community Engagement to Improve Quality of Care & Patient Outcomes (Project CONNECT)
A randomized clinical trial conducted in East Baltimore to strengthen community-based organizations, improve communication, and improve the health of local residents.
Preventing Fall Related Injuries in Older Adults
Local Patient and Stakeholder Councils are designed to incorporate the perspective of patient and family lived experiences into study planning and implementation at each the clinical trial site.
Comparative Effectiveness of Health System vs. Multi-level Interventions to Reduce Hypertension Disparities
The study uses patient and broad stakeholder engagement and applies principles of community-based participatory research to adapt materials to the needs of participating populations.