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The Newsletter of the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation NOVEMBER 2018
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CEO Transition and Selection Update

In the service of helping shape the vison of the new PIRE CEO, the Board—under the guidance of the Governance Committee (Karen Friend, Al Stein-Seroussi, and Pebbles Fagan), along with assistance from the Board Chair (Dick Clayton), other PIRE Board Staff Directors (Bob Saltz and Matt Courser), and the Corporate Secretary (Mary Gordon)—held discussion groups with all PIRE staff. MORE

Center Director Transition Planned for Chapel Hill

Although PIRE has maintained an office in Chapel Hill since 1987, it was not until the year 2000 that the Chapel Hill Center was officially established, with Chris Ringwalt being named as our first Center Director (CD). In those early years of the Center’s existence, staff met to hammer out a structure and operational guidelines for Center management. MORE

National Whole Health Peer Facilitator Recognition Day

The Whole Health Peer Facilitator program is part of the Veterans Health Administration Whole Health Education contract with PIRE. David Rychener is the Principle Investigator and one of the prime architects responsible for the development and implementation of this task. MORE


The following list includes awards for which funding was confirmed in the months of September through October 2018. MORE


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