- Time: 11:30am - 12:30pm
- Track: Research
- CME/CE: 1.0
- Type: In-Person
Sponsored by the Research Committee, Junior Faculty Research Career Development Special Interest Group, and the Cancer and Aging Special Interest Group
Co-Moderators: Kah Poh (Melissa) Loh, MD & John A. Batsis, MD
Research is often conducted for, and published in, scientific journals without proper consideration of disseminating the results back to the community. This session will present strategies to facilitate broad dissemination of research findings through partnering with the community, professional organizations, research centers, and funding agencies. Learning Objectives: (1) review the preferences of patients and patient advocates in receiving research findings; (2) recognize the roles, efforts, and initiatives of professional organizations, research centers, and funding agencies in disseminating research findings to the community; (3) partner with professional organizations, research centers, and funding agencies in the dissemination of research findings; and (4) describe how guidelines are developed and disseminated by professional organizations.
|Dissemination of Research Findings to Lay Audiences – What Do Patients and Caregivers Want?
Charles J. O’Shea, BS
|The Role of Professional Organizations and Research Centers in Sharing Research Results with Participants
Alison A. Moore, MD, MPH
|Funding Agencies: Their Role in and Expectations for Disseminating Research Findings to the Public
Melinda Kelley, PhD
|Process of Developing and Disseminating Evidence-Based Guidelines
William Dale, MD, PhD