Evaluating Our Work
What Was the PCORI Evaluation Group (PEG) and What Did It Do?
The PCORI Evaluation Group (PEG) was a consultative task force that advised us on how best to measure and evaluate the effectiveness of our work—from the usefulness of the studies we fund, to the extent to which the findings from these studies affect health decisions.
The PEG provided targeted feedback on:
- Our evaluation goals
- Methods for achieving those goals
- Dissemination opportunities for results of our evaluation
PEG Meeting Slides
- December 2013: PEG Kick-Off Meeting
- January 2014: Prioritizing Our Evaluation Framework Questions
- February 2014: Measuring Our Three Strategic Goals
- March 2014: Plans for Measuring Engagement and Surveys of Patients, Researchers, and Clinicians
- April 2014: Measuring Our First Goal: Increasing Useful Information
- May 2014: Reviewing Data Collection at PCORI and Our Research Survey
- June 2014: Our Dashboard
- July 2014: Role of PCORI in Measuring the Impact of PCORI and What is the Appropriate Methodology for Evaluating Merit Review
- October 2014: Communicating PCORI Evaluation Activities and Lessons Learned for Evaluation in the Literature
- November 2014: Measuring the Impact of PCORI’s Topic Capture and Research Prioritization
- December 2014: PCORnet Evaluation Activities
Posted: November 13, 2014; Updated: August 4, 2015
What's Happening at PCORI?
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