SORCE collaborates with interested investigators functioning as a “one-stop shop” with expertise in:
- Community Collaboration Development
- Stakeholder Engagement
- Idea Development
- Grant Development
- Project Development
- Regulatory Oversight
- Project Management
- Access to Datasets
- Data Analysis
- Qualitative Research
- Survey Data Collection
SORCE trains the next generation of health services researchers:
Gastrointestinal Surgical Outcomes Research Postdoctoral Fellowship, allowing for mentored outcomes research projects and advanced health services research training for post-doctoral fellows.
Regular SORCE Research Methods and Project Development meetings, providing informal forums for discussing current and developing projects with a group of investigators from a wide variety of specialties.
SORCE engages the community of clinicians, researchers, trainees, and stakeholders:
Stakeholder advisory groups across multiple healthcare and clinical areas, to develop and oversee research and healthcare transformation initiatives.
CERTAIN’s Patient Advisory Network, which brings together patients, care partners, and family members who are interested in partnering with researchers to make research better.