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Applications for the ENACT Online Courses

The ENACT Program is now taking applications for its online courses: PCOR Studies Part I: Writing a Successful Concept Proposal, and PCOR Studies Part II: Writing a Full Contract Proposal.

The goal of this training is to deliver innovative online modules on Patient Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR) methods to NIH-funded Research Centers in Minority Institutions (RCMIs). The training will include video lectures (to be viewed before the live sessions) on relevant topics in PCOR, live sessions to discuss example PCOR proposals and methods, and small group discussion to provide peer feedback.

Trainees will:

Applicants should:

Applicants who successfully complete either course are also encouraged to apply for the Fellowship Program.

In order to apply, applicants need to complete an online application.

For technical assistance or application questions, please contact the Course Coordinator, Kristin Kropf at khk22@pitt.edu or 412-692-2490.



Fellowship Application

The ENACT Program is now taking applications for the Fellowship Program.

The goal of the program is to increase the capacity of the workforce to conduct high quality patient-centered outcomes research (PCOR) and build training and long-term PCOR infrastructure at institutions with NIH-funded Research Centers in Minority Institutions (RCMIs).

Fellows will:

Applicants should:

In order to apply, applicants need to complete our online application and upload their CV and their mentor's CV.

Applicants are encouraged to contact the ENACT representative at their institution to discuss eligibility.

For questions about the Fellowship Program or application questions, please contact ENACT Program Coordinator Kristin Kropf.