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2014 NAPCRG PBRN Conference Archives

Read all about the 2014 Conference in the Post Conference Newsletter.

2014 Conference Abstracts, Handouts & Presentations


Poster Session I 

Abstracts

Poster Session II
Abstracts

Workshops/Panels/Forums
Abstracts

Oral Presentations - Innovations in PBRN Methodology
Abstracts
OP5 - Slide Set
OP8 - Slide Set

Oral Presentations -  Research and Scientific
Abstracts
OP1 - Slide Set
OP3 - Slide Set
OP9 - Slide Set
OP10 - Slide Set
OP11 - Slide Set
OP13 - Slide Set

AHRQ Special Presentation 
Richard Kronick, MD  - Slide Set
Rebecca Roper, MS, MPH  - Slide Set

Plenary I - The Promise of Big Data
Sarah Green, MPH - Slide Set  
Rick Glazier, MD, MPH - Slide Set   
Kevin Larsen, MD - Slide Set   
Q & A 
 
Plenary II - The Pitfalls and Realities of Working with Big Data
Richard (Mort) Wasserman, MD - Slide Set  
Steve M. Ornstein, MD - Slide Set    
Karim Keshavjee, MD - Slide Set  
Q & A   

Plenary III - Advice for How PBRNs Can Use Big Data for Creating a Learning Health System
Lawrence Hanrahan, PhD, MS - Slide Set  
Richard Birtwhistle, MD,  MSc - Slide Set  
Wilson Pace, MD - Slide Set  

WI: The Ends are Determined by the Means: An International Perspective on PBRN Structure and Function
Slide Set 1

W2: Community/Academic Research Partnerships: A Workplan Approach
Handout

FP1: PBRN Organization and Governance to Promote Practice, Clinician, Researcher, and Patient Engagement
Slide Set 1
Slide Set 2
Slide Set 3

FP3: Describing the Intersection Between Evaluation Research and Quality Improvement
Slide Set 1
Slide Set 2
Slide Set 3
Slide Set 4

FP4: Advancing Primary Care Research and Practice through Improved Measurement
Slide Set 1
Slide Set 2
Slide Set 3
Slide Set 4
Slide Set 5

FP5: Hybrids, Chimeras, or New Species? Emerging Models of PBRNs
Slide Set 1
Slide Set 2
Slide Set 3
Handout

FP7: Methods of Evaluating Practice Transformation
Slide Set 1

FP8: Powering Up: Lessons Learned from Project Collaborations Across Multiple PBRN Networks
Slide Set 1
Slide Set 2

PBRN Research Good Practices

Handout


CME Credit and Certificate of Participation
This conference was reviewed and is acceptable for up to 12.75 Prescribed credit(s) by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Please contact
Jill Haught


Scholarship Recipients

The selected recipients of the 2014 scholarships were:

Adam Baus, MA, MPH
West Virginia Practice Based Research Network Coordinator | Assistant Director, West Virginia University Office of Health Services Research

Linda Council, RN, MSN
Professor-Nursing | DD-PBRN Cleveland

Jillian Currey, MPH
Practice Facilitator/Practice Enhancement and Research Coordinator | Oregon Rural Practice-based Research Network (ORPRN)

Mary Ann Kozak, DrPH
Program Manager, Community Pharmacy Programs | Network Manager, Medication Safety Research Network of Indiana

Nadia Ramos, BA
Project Manager & Research Assistant | LA Net Community Health Resource Network


This project was supported by grant number R13HS022371 from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.