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ACCORDS is both an actual and virtual center, with a group of
investigators from multiple disciplines who have their primary office on-site
and a much larger group affiliating with ACCORDS personnel, programs and cores
while maintaining an off-site research home.
Currently, 46 investigators, 25 research assistants, 12
biostatisticians/analysts and 9 administrative and information technology
personnel have office space with ACCORDS.
Over a hundred additional investigators interface with the program,
primarily for consultation or to attend educational offerings. Collaborating investigators represent all
School of Medicine departments, as well the School of Public Health, the School
of Pharmacy and the Nursing School. The Center serves as an incubator for
research ideas, fosters interdisciplinary collaboration, as well as the
development of focused areas of research of national prominence.
ACCORDS is organized into five programmatic areas and six Methodological Cores, please explore this site to learn more about our center.
The CRISP Seminar Series: A monthly seminar series in implementation sciences.
Qualitative Research Methods Forum features discussion and presentations about qualitative research.
The ATLAS.ti User Group meets regularly to support researchers using this software.
Research Methods and Statistics Discussion Series - bring your lunch and join the conversation.
Survival among high-risk patients after bariatric surgery. JAMA
Comparative effectiveness research in DARTNet primary care practices: point of care data collection on hypoglycemia and over-the-counter and herbal use among patients diagnosed with diabetes. Medical Care
Enhancement of Surgical Informed Consent by Addition of Repeat Back: A Multicenter, Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial. Annals of Surgery
Effectiveness of hydralazine/isosorbide dinitrate in racial/ethnic subgroups with heart failure. Clinical Therapeutics
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