Center for Health Outcomes in Medicine Scholarship and Service 2022 Symposium
The HOMES 2022 symposium, HOMES for Health Equity, featuring a collection of brief research presentations and workshops for an audience of Internal Medicine clinicians, health services researchers and other members of the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and University Community. Symposium attendees can expect to gain familiarity with a range of clinician informed health equity research projects, identify strategies for evaluating the impact of novel clinical programs on health outcomes and health disparities, and understand the applications of specific research methods in health outcomes research. HOMES for Health Equity seeks to equip academic internists, multidisciplinary internal medicine (IM) focused scientists, and collaborators to develop, evaluate, and disseminate clinical innovations that promote health equity.
Seuli Brill, MD
Director of The Center for Health Outcomes in medicine Scholarship and Services (HOMES)
Dr. Randi Foraker PhD, MA, FAHA, FAMIA
Professor of Medicine, Washington University School of Medicine in St.Louis
Co-director, Public Health Data and Training Center
Improving the health of the community through data and support data access, analytics and dissemination efforts. Current research priority areas are:
- Addiction research
- Palliative end of life
Symptom management for cancer survivors
- Clinical: Enacting clinical innovation
- Research: The effectiveness-implementation hybrid trial design
The Center for Health Outcomes in Medicine Scholarship and Service (HOMES) centralizes a rich network of collaborators needed to conduct health outcomes research in internal medicine. Our research team is equipped to conduct a broad range of projects by applying a full spectrum of research techniques, methods and procedures. The center inspires clinical investigator-initiated research to flourish by nurturing productive collaborations within the College of Medicine and Ohio State University communities.
We give internal medicine clinicians and clinician-scientists the resources and professional connections to further health outcomes research, ultimately leading to improvements in the health and well-being of patient populations throughout the health care system. Our findings have yielded translational changes in practice and policy in health care quality, delivery, education and policy at local, national and global levels.
If you’re interested in collaborating with HOMES or would like to discuss how HOMES can partner with you on your research, please submit this electronic form.