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HMORN members are committed to optimizing the practice of medicine and improving people's everyday health. Thanks to their position within learning health systems, HMORN researchers have specialized expertise in planning, carrying out, and interpreting research done in partnership with health systems and teams of health care providers.
Doctoral, Post-Doctoral, and Investigator training opportunities are available at HMORN sites and the 2014 HMORN Conference. Deadlines are approaching!
Ancillary session requests are due by January 29 and the early bird registration discount ends January 31. Don't wait until the last minute! Make plans today for attending HMORN 2014 in Phoenix next April.
The HMORN brings together the research departments of some of the nation's best and most innovative health care systems. Collectively, the HMORN represents over 1,400 scientists and research staff with methodological and content expertise from an array of disciplines including epidemiology, economics, disparities, outcomes and quality assessment, trials, genomics, and more.