Open office hours set by population health research team to help MLH clinicians with their research initiatives

MLH Clinicians: Are you interested in performing research studies to help improve the health of those in our community, but you’re unsure of how to get started or the next steps to take to advance your projects? The Main Line Health Center for Population Health Research (CPHR) at the Lankenau Institute for Medical Research can help you with research study design, biostatistics support, survey research and much more.

To help facilitate such research endeavors, CPHR staff recently established drop-in office hours on a first-come/first-served basis on Tuesdays, 7:30 – 9 a.m., and Thursdays, 4 – 6 p.m. in office #R112 in Lankenau Institute for Medical Research, which is on the campus of Lankenau Medical Center.

“Our new policy of open office hours represents one more opportunity for us to support population health research efforts across Main Line Health,” said Sharon Larson, PhD, executive director of CPHR.

Note: Clinicians performing population health research also are welcome to contact the CPHR staff to set up individual appointments outside of those open office hours.

Questions? Contact Dr. Larson at larsons@mlhs.org, or Meg Jones, CPHR administrative assistant, at 484.476.4625, or jonesme@mlhs.org.

To learn more about CPHR, visit mainlinehealth.org/cphr

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