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|Natalie D. Eddington [Portrait] |
|Noel E. Foss [Portrait] |
|P3 : Patients, Pharmacists, Partnerships [Brochure] |
|Pathway to Diagnosis: Caregiver and Person with Dementia Experiences on Reaching Diagnosis |
|Patient Engagement in Orthopedic Trauma Research - Lessons |
|PATIENTS Day 2019: 10-Step: Mapping and Resourcing Patient and Stakeholder Engagement in PCOR |
|PATIENTS Day 2019: AGED (Active Genomes Expressed) Diagnostics: Engaging the Learning Healthcare Community in the Genomics Revolution |
|PATIENTS Day 2019: Aging on their Terms: Delivering Person-Centered Human Services Program for Adults 55+ in Baltimore City |
|PATIENTS Day 2019: Integrace's Neurocognitive Solution Exhibit: a Community-based Engagement Pilot |
|PATIENTS Day 2019: Making Learning Healthcare Systems More Patient-Centered |
|PATIENTS Day 2019: Pathway to Diagnosis: Caregiver and Person with Dementia Experiences on Reaching a Diagnosis |
|PATIENTS Day 2019: Patient Engagement in Orthopedic Trauma Research - Lessons Learned |
|PATIENTS Day 2019: Spreading the Henry Ford Flexible Patient Engagement Model to the Mental Health Research Network |
|PATIENTS Day 2019: Towards a Learning Healthcare System v2.0 a.k.a. Learning Health Care Community |
|PATIENTS Day 2019: Training for Cardiologists and their Patients about Patient-Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR) |
|PATIENTS Day 2019: What Motivates People with Substance Use Disorders to Pursue Treatment? A Patient-Centered Approach to Understanding Patient Experiences and Patient-Provider Interactions |
|PATIENTS Day 2019: Which Patients are Likely to Refuse to Participate in a Clinical Trial? A latent Class Analysis |
|PATIENTS Day 2020: Building Capacity for Patient-Centered Research |
|PATIENTS Day Panelists Share Advice for Healthier Lives |
|PATIENTS Day Strengthens Ties to Improve Research |
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