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OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium

The OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium is a collaboration among researchers, clinicians and patients that aims to improve health across the state through community-based pragmatic clinical trials and implementation studies in all of Florida's 67 counties. OneFlorida envisions itself as a learning network, where research is conducted in diverse real world settings and the lessons learned are systematically captured and translated back into improved health, health care and health policy for Floridians. Consortium partners include the University of Florida, Florida State University and the University of Miami. Together, OneFlorida partners encompass more than 9 million patients, or 39 percent of the patient population in the nation's third largest state.

Central to the statewide vision for the OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium is the collaborative development of an enduring research infrastructure serving all Floridians and Florida health researchers. By building on existing and emerging resources, OneFlorida partners aim to expand, streamline and sustain access to the following infrastructure components for a statewide network that can strengthen capacity and expand opportunities for health research throughout Florida:

          • Shared Governance Structure
          • Cooperative Institutional Review Board
          • Community Research Facilitator Program
          • Community Engagement Program
          • Consent2Share Program
          • Information Technology Resources
         • Data Analytics Warehouse
         • Training and Education Programs
         • Statewide Biorepository Capability