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Welcoming New Governing Board Members

Welcoming New Governing Board Members

The HCSRN will welcome three new Board members when it convenes for its annual meeting in San Diego:  Claudia Steiner, Executive Director of Kaiser Permanente Colorado's Institute for Health Research, Nico Pronk, President of Health Partners Institute, and Lucy Savitz, Director of the Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Research.  Each brings a wealth of experience, and the entire HCSRN will benefit from their insights and expertise. 


Strong Representation at AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting

AcademyHealth's Annual Research Meeting featured nearly 30 different sessions "starring" HCSRN researchers.  Kaiser Permanente, Group Health, Medica, and Palo Alto scientists shared their work related to telemedicine, care coordination, impact of payment reform on various aspects of care delivery, and research methods for studying health disparities--along with much, much more.  Our list of presentations can also help you connect with potential collaborators. 


Job Board is Brimming with Opportunities

Many of our member research centers are hiring for both faculty and staff positions. Several new openings were added to our Job Board recently, reaffiriming that our member institutes are strong and can attract high-caliber scientists, data analysts, and project staff.  Spread the word to your colleagues that the HCSRN is a great working environment for anyone interested in conducting embedded research with real-world impact. 


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FREE! Multi-site IRB consultation for HCSRN members

 

The HCSRN multi-site IRB workgroup now offers consulting on a first-come, first-served basis to individuals and research teams on preparing multi-site IRB submissions, use of the Network’s ceding process, and more. There is no charge for this service.

Learn more | Request a consult

 


HCSRN-OAICS AGING Initiative: Get the latest - or get involved!

HCSRN-OAICS AGING Initiative: Get the latest - or get involved!

The goal of the AGING Initiative is to bridge the HCSRN and OAICs to advance an interdisciplinary research focus on older adults with multiple chronic conditions. Check out the latest AGING Initiative newsletter for upcoming events, project highlights, selected publications and funding opportunities.

Interested in collaborating? The AGING Initiative is surveying investigators to facilitate collaborations, understand resources investigators want, and provide opportunities to get involved with the AGING Initiative. Access the survey: http://bit.ly/AGING_Survey.