Leadership & Operations
A PART OF OFFICE OF RESEARCH PATIENT CARE SERVICES
Leadership and Operations function oversees to the Office of Research Patient Care Services, Department of Health Equity and Research, under the executive leadership of Dr. Michelle Y. Williams. They are committed to integrating, expanding, and delivering health equity and patient care research at Stanford Health Care (SHC) to meet the diverse and unique needs of our patients, families, staff, and communities. We offer research study support and consultation from start to finish to interdisciplinary professionals across the care continuum. To fulfill our commitment, we will focus on the following goal: to advance health equity for all persons and communities (including minoritized, diverse abilities, sexual orientation, gender identity, women, and other marginalized populations) by improving research access, clinical practice, and patient outcomes throughout the care experience.
Making science and research visible and valued in the real-life lab of SHC and beyond. Integral to this Vision are our departmental Values of Innovation, Discovery, Excellence, Teamwork, Integrity, Caring, and Compassion.
Sustain scientific discovery and advancement throughout the SHC enterprise by increasing the knowledge, understanding, and involvement in research-related activities that benefit patients, families, and healthcare professionals.
Office of Research »
Leadership and Operations »
Integrating and expanding health equity and scientific research
Research Operations & Strategy »
Research-related operations and strategies to expand research capacity
Clinical Trials Operations & Practice »
Supporting clinical trial facilitation across the enterprise
Academic Nursing and Patient Care Research »
Facilitate nurse-led research across Stanford Health Care
Health Equity Research »
Conducts research to advance health equity
Research Implementation, Culture, & Equity »
Review culture and equity documents and resources
Nursing Research Section »
Expand our commitment to nursing research