Improving the Accuracy of COVID-19 Media Coverage

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the National Center for Health Research hosted 9 teleconferences featuring COVID-19 researchers as speakers and discussants on different aspects of COVID-19 of importance to journalists. The main goal of this project was to help journalists understand the nuances of often conflicting information about COVID-19 research, to help ensure accurate media coverage.

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Improving Outcomes for Long COVID-19 Patients

The project “Engaging Stakeholders in Patient-Centered Outcomes Research and Clinical Effectiveness Research to Improve Outcomes for Post-Acute COVID-19 Patients” aims to strengthen collaboration among healthcare providers, patients, disability experts, payers, and employers.

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Our Covid Research Press Teleconference Series

The National Center for Health Research, a nonprofit think tank, has a free series of monthly 1-hour live online press teleconferences on a range of Covid issues of importance to journalists. The series is supported by the federally funded independent nonprofit Patient Centered Outcome Research Institute (PCORI). On July 28th, Dr. Diana Zuckerman moderated a panel with Featured […]

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