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Moderator: Harry Greenberg, Stanford University
Session Objectives:
  • Present case studies that include a health system perspective on public and professional engagement methods and approaches and address broader culture and infrastructure/systemic issues.
  • How can health systems develop a culture conducive to conducting clinical trials, including incentives for the careers of health professionals, systems approaches to better identify potential enrollees, engagement of referring physician community?
  • For a health care delivery system, what are the suggested messages/approaches to enhance public support, understanding, buy-in, and ultimately participation in clinical trials? What organizations at the local level can be leveraged to achieve this?
  • How can academic medical centers create effective community partnerships to improve public engagement in clinical trials?
9:20–9:35 AMBuilding a Clinical Trials Culture in Academia
 Eric Rose, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
9:35–9:50 AMExploring Novel Institutional Models in Cancer
 George Demetri, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard Medical School
9:50–10:05 AMNew Organizational Models in Rheumatoid Arthritis Trials
 James O’Dell, Rheumatoid Arthritis Investigational Network (RAIN), University of Nebraska
10:05–10:20 AMResearchMatch.org and Other IT Solutions
 Paul Harris, Vanderbilt University
10:20–10:40 AMPanel Discussion
10:40–11:00 AMCOFFEE BREAK
11:00–11:45 AMBuilding Connections Between Community Physicians and Academic Medicine: The Challenges
 Panel Moderated by: Hugh Sampson, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
 Sanford Friedman, The Mount Sinai Hospital
 Rafat Abonour, Indiana University Simon Cancer Center
 Ramon Murphy, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
 Carol Horowitz, Mount Sinai School of Medicine

From: Appendix A, Workshop Agenda

Cover of Public Engagement and Clinical Trials
Public Engagement and Clinical Trials: New Models and Disruptive Technologies: Workshop Summary.
Institute of Medicine (US).
Washington (DC): National Academies Press (US); 2012.
Copyright © 2012, National Academy of Sciences.

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