PCORI's Pilot Project Grant Program looks for Stakeholders to Participate in Merit Review

October 19, 2011

PCORI's Pilot Project Grant Program looks for Stakeholders to Participate in Merit Review

The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) is looking for patients, scientists and other stakeholders to participate in merit reviews of the PCORI Pilot Project Grant Program application in February 2012. This will help to determine the quality and significance of submitted research proposals.

Each review group will include at least two non-scientist reviewers. The purpose for this is to help ensure that the patient perspective is included in PCORI-funded research. 

All reviewers will be required to complete a PCORI conflict of interest disclosure form and must be available to attend a one-day review group meeting in Washington, D.C., February 13-24, 2012. An honorarium of $200 and travel expenses, including food, hotel, and transportation, will be provided for attendance and participation in the review group.

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