Commons Monthly Round-Up: December 2018
Happy new year! Over the past year, the Commons community has grown significantly. The December Roun-Up provides a snapshot of Commons activity for 2018.
A Year in Review
Numbers at a Glance
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Most Accessed Resources
Thank you to the networks who contributed resources and tools in 2018, which are all available in the Resources Library. Below are the top 5 resources from the past year with the highest number of page views.
- Best Practice Sharing Session: Integrating Epic and REDCap Using RFD
- EHR Pilot Project Final Report and Presentation
- PCORnet PPRN Table 1
- PCORnet Engagement Assessment Project: Findings and Recommendations
- PCORnet Clinical Engagement Value Proposition
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Don’t let your friends and colleagues miss out on the resources and dialogue the Commons has to offer. Tell them to join the PCORnet Commons. Over the past year, 77 new members have joined the Commons community. Welcome to our newest members:
Welcome to our newest members:
- Erica Bersin
- Katelyn Collinger
- Briana Getman
- David Grady
- Joanna Kahl
- Emily Olsson
- Kimberly Oosterhouse
- Erin Thayer
- Jurran Wilson
Get Involved in Groups
Groups are a great way to connect with others in the Network, discuss challenges, and share solutions.
This year four new groups emerged to collaborate across the Network. PPRNs started a group to plan for their evolution, while others across the Network created groups to discuss ideas for dissemination and implementation, develop resources for returning study results to participants, and understand the landscape of direct-to-patient recruitment. We encourage you to join an existing a group or start your own!
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