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CTBH Faculty Affiliate Paul Barr receives PCORI funding to study effectiveness of sharing audio recordings of clinic visits

Congratulations to Dr. Paul Barr and his team on receiving receiving a  five-year, $7 million award from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI)!

This project, entitled CHRONICLE (Comparing Healthcare Visit Recording and Open Notes to Improve the Chronic Illness Care Experience for Older Adults) will evaluate various approaches to communicating healthcare visit information to facilitate the day to day self-care of older adults with multimorbidity.

This project builds on the team’s innovative and impactful work evaluating the clinical utility of sharing audio recordings of clinical visits with patients.

More information on the project can be found here.

Please also see the Geisel News article “Research Team Receives $7 Million Funding Award to Study Most Effective Way of Sharing Clinic Visit Information with Older Adults”.