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AAO-HNSF’s Role in CHEER August 21, 2009 Kris Schulz, MPH Sr. Research Officer American-Academy of Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery Foundation. 1996 :

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Aao hnsf history in community based research

AAO-HNSF’s Role in CHEERAugust 21, 2009Kris Schulz, MPHSr. Research OfficerAmerican-Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Foundation

Aao hnsf history in community based research

  • 1996:

  • Duke Clinical Research Institute (DCRI): Surgeons Outcomes Research Cooperative in Otolaryngology (SOURCE) -- an independent, primarily community-based national network of otolaryngologists (point of care and treatment outcomes research)

  • AAO-HNSF: The Cooperative Outcomes Group for ENT (COG*ENT) -- an outcomes research network (prospective data collection on disease-specific quality of life surveys)

  • Collaboration between DCRI and AAO-HNSF – evaluating barriers in technology, methodology, design and administration

  • 2000 - present:

  • Formal collaboration of COG*ENT and SOURCE -- new network coordinated out of AAO-HNSF – “Building Evidence for Successful Treatments in ENT”

  • BEST-ENT structures research around hypothesis-driven ideas vetted through the BEST-ENT Steering Committee content and methodology experts.

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  • AAO-HNSF’s utility to successful academic-community partnerships (why it’s helpful to partner with organizations with a broad reach and/or grassroots mechanism):

  • Primary resource for providing research, education and information about the specialty; a conduit to practitioners (academic and community), collaborative allied health professionals, and other medical and surgical societies, as well as patients.

  • Formal mechanisms for ensuring community/at-large involvement in their research agenda (e.g. Board of Governors/grassroots; Research Advisory Board is comprised of internal and external constituents, including a community/private-practice physician leader.

  • BEST-ENT network and Steering Committee oversight.

  • Dissemination (recruitment, results, etc.) through mechanisms like Annual Meeting, Journal, Magazine, website, etc.

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  • AAO-HNSF Coordination Leadership:

  • Communication with PIs and Coordinators

  • Project leadership & management for all CHEER projects (e.g. clinical scholars; coord conf; data collection project)

  • Site interface and contacts/profile database

  • Promotion of CHEER accomplishments through articles, etc.

  • DCRI Coordination Leadership:

  • Regulatory requirements

  • Grant management/financial/site payments, etc.

  • Technology to develop/support databases/websites

  • PI and research (e.g. statistics, methods, etc.) leadership and expertise

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