On Tuesday, August 28th, Dr. Donna M. Evon of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Liver Center. Dr. Evon will present on: “The Patient-Reported Outcomes Project (PROP UP): A multi-site observational cohort study of patients’ experiences before, during, and up to one year after directing antiviral therapy”
About Dr. Evon:
Dr. Evon is an Associate Professor in the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at the University of North Carolina where she has been faculty since 2005. She has a PhD in Clinical Psychology, specializing in health psychology and behavioral medicine related to chronic liver disease. Clinically, she has evaluated over 1500 patients with chronic hepatitis C prior to and during Hep C treatment. Her clinical work directly informs her research program. Her primary research interests are to improve our knowledge of psychological and behavioral factors associated with liver disease and treatments, and use this knowledge to develop psychosocial interventions to improve health outcomes. Dr. Evon has served as the lead investigator and co-investigator on several projects funded by the National Institutes of Health and the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI). She is currently the lead investigator of a large PCORI-funded project called PROP UP, that she will be discussing today.
*The full version of the slides and recording will be posted when the data has been published.