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New UF CTSI Citizen Scientist curriculum to be presented at AECT Conference in November

A team of University of Florida (UF) researchers and staff will present a new citizen-scientist teaching curriculum…

2017 Annual Stakeholder Meeting Highlights

More than 200 researchers, clinicians and other stakeholders from across the state convened for the OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium’s third Annual Stakeholder Meeting on January 26 at the University of […]

Hogan Elected to American College of Medical Informatics

William Hogan, M.D., professor in the Department of Health Outcomes & Policy and director of Biomedical Informatics at UF’s Clinical and Translational Science Institute, was elected to membership in the […]

PCORI Approves OneFlorida Clinical Data Network for Research

The OneFlorida Clinical Data Research Network is officially “Approved for Research,” after a rigorous review and data characterization cycle by PCORnet, the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute’s national research data network. […]

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Citizen Scientist with the OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium Invited to Serve on National PCORnet Data Committee

May 6th, 2016

Ravi Bhosale, a member of the Citizen Scientist program with the UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute and the OneFlorida Core Data Trust Infrastructure Workgroup, was invited to serve on […]

OneFlorida Steering Committee Member Offers PCORI Health Care Providers and Researchers a Patient-Centered Perspective for Speaking about Obesity

Apr 19th, 2016

Joe Nadglowski wants health care providers and researchers to stop using the ‘O’ word. “Simply put, I want researchers and clinicians to strike the word ‘obese’ from their vocabularies and […]

OneFlorida Second Annual Stakeholder Meeting Recap

Apr 19th, 2016

On January 20, partners from across the state convened for the OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium’s second Annual Stakeholder Meeting in Lake Nona, where attendees celebrated the consortium’s accomplishments and strategized […]

About the OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium

The OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium is a collaboration representing researchers, clinicians and patients that aims to improve health across the state through community-based clinical research projects. Consortium partners include the University of Florida, Florida State University and the University of Miami, creating a network that extends to all of Florida’s 67 counties and encompasses more than 10 million patients. Together, OneFlorida partners cover 39 percent of the patient population in what will soon be the nation’s third largest state. OneFlorida is committed to helping clinicians put the best research into practice and envisions itself as a learning network for the state, where everyone’s voices are heard and where lessons from research and care in diverse settings are systematically captured and translated back into improved health, health care and health policy for Floridians. Please explore your section of the site to find news and information tailored to your interests: