GIM’s professor Eric B. Bass, MD, MPH and assistant professor Karen A. Robinson, PhD, MSc, have been informed that the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) has officially announced that the Johns Hopkins University Evidence-based Practice Center has been awarded a 5-year contract to serve as one of the 11 centers in the Evidence-based Practice Center IV Program. Funding under the contract across all 11 centers in the program is up to $50,000,000, with a minimum of $70,000 per center.
The Johns Hopkins University Evidence-based Practice Center was established in 1997 as one of the original members of the EPC Program. Dr. Bass and Robinson will lead the JHU Evidence-based Practice Center for the next 5 years. Several GIM faculty members are faculty of the EPC. Read more about this GIM-affiliated center on their website.
Congratulations to Dr. Bass, Dr. Robinson, and the rest of the JHUEPC team on their continued leadership in evidence-based medicine!