Brigham DMC-sponsored Supplement on Methods for Developing and Analyzing Clinically Rich Data for Patient-Centered Outcomes Research is now published in PDS

An open access supplement to Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety’s released online on May 3, 2012 contains 17 papers presented at the third DEcIDE CER methods symposium, “Research Methods for Comparative Effectiveness (CER) and Patient-Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR)” funded by the Agency for Health Care Research and Quality, through its Effective Health Care program. This supplement is the third published in recent years that have become important resources for investigators to use in designing and conducting comparative effectiveness research studies.




 Enriched Data Sources

 Improved Confounding Adjustment

 Heterogeneity of Treatment Effect

 Methods for Emerging Therapies

 Randomized Designs That Mimic Routine Care

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