• Campus-Wide Interdisciplinary Partners

    Campus-Wide Interdisciplinary Partners

    Bringing different disciplines together to plan, promote, and support self-management research in patients, families, and communities to prevent and manage chronic health conditions

  • CENTRIC Pilot Grant Recipient: Kaleb Michaud, PhD & Elizabeth Mollard, PhD, RN

    CENTRIC Pilot Grant Recipient: Kaleb Michaud, PhD & Elizabeth Mollard, PhD, RN

    CENTRIC will fund pilot studies focused on improving self-management of chronic conditions every year.

  • Focused on Self-Management Research

    Focused on Self-Management Research

    We put an emphasis on scalable and practical health promotion, illness prevention, and chronic disease self-management

  • Promoting the Use of Technologies

    Promoting the Use of Technologies

    The Center seeks to fund studies that accelerate the use of technologies in the self-management for chronic conditions in urban, rural and under served populations.

Project to use mobile app smart scale for chronic disease self-management
Pilot project that will use a mobile app and smart scale for chronic disease self-management of co-occurring cardiometabolic conditions...  Read more...

CENTRIC JITA funded researcher conducts study on pain management
UNMC College of Nursing researchers are conducting a pilot study to evaluate the use of the "smart" Google Home Mini device to help older adults manage their pain...  Read more...

Kate Lorig of the Self-Management Resource Center visits UNMC to mentor faculty
Dr. Lorig met with researchers for consultations throughout the day and gave a noon keynote presentation on "The State of Science in Chronic Disease Self-Management" Read more...

Pilot study funding now available through CENTRIC
Pilot study funding up to $50,000 is available in fall 2018...  Read more...

CENTRIC seeking new members
Members of the UNMC CENTRIC Center have the opportunity to take advantage of benefits that include...   Read more...

Study using smartphones to monitor patient at risk for heart disease
A heart disease risk-reduction study using smartphones and other technology will be offered to Nebraska residents...   Read more...

CENTRIC funds pilot projects supporting self-management
CENTRIC funded two pilot projects in December 2017 that will support self-management of chronic conditions.   Read more...

CENTRIC calls for letters of intent due Sept 26, 2017
CENTRIC has released a request for proposals to fund one pilot in fall 2017 in the amount of $50,000.   Read more...


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