health equity means striving for the highest standard of health for all
individuals, regardless of their circumstances, and why funding research to
advance equitable health care remains central to PCORI’s mission.
Join the PCORI Annual Meeting, October
26-27, as patients, clinicians, researchers, and
health system representatives combine their unique perspectives to discuss
strategies and approaches for making health equity a reality.
includes a dynamic plenary session October 26 on advancing health equity
through community partnerships, as well as a session the following day
examining the inequitable toll of the COVID-19 pandemic and the efforts to
Thursday, October 27, conversations center on lived experiences and personal
reflections of health equity during the session: Achieving Health
Equity: How Can Comparative Clinical Effectiveness Research Help Address
powerful and engaging session includes Patrick Gee, PhD, who will share his story as
a patient with chronic kidney disease who confronted bias throughout his
personal journey to receiving a kidney transplant.
Whether joining for the first time, or a regular attendee, the PCORI annual meeting will be delivering a robust virtual experience with nearly 50 poster presentations; interactive Q&A's; plenary sessions; on-demand content; and the ability to connect with colleagues from around the country.
Looking for additional sessions to attend? Explore the Annual Meeting agenda for sessions on such topics as:
- Applying for PCORI funding
- Emerging healthcare innovations
- Intellectual and developmental disabilities
- Maternal health
Annual Meeting is one of the most engaging healthcare events of the year, where
researchers, patients, caregivers, clinicians, and like-minded individuals
throughout the healthcare community connect with one another to build
relationships, engage during key informational sessions, and discover
transformative ways clinical research is becoming more patient-centered.
A full list of speakers and the event agenda are available on the 2022 PCORI Annual Meeting website.