The Society for Implementation Research Collaboration (SIRC) is pleased to announce the upcoming webinar, Setting the Stage for Understanding Mechanisms of Implementation. This is the launch of work that we hope will shape the future direction of the field of implementation science. The webinar will provide background on mechanisms and introduce some members of SIRC's Mechanisms Network of Expertise.
Open to ALL, this is a chance to find out where the field is heading.
Rural Oregonians are disproportionately impacted by cardiovascular disease, but practice coaching offers unique support.
By Michael Parchman, MD, MPH, Senior Investigator, MacColl Center for Health Care Innovation and Healthy Hearts Northwest Principal Investigator.
Imagine a primary care visit where no one takes your blood pressure. Instead, your provider looks you up and down and makes a mental note of her impression of what your blood pressure might be. Or she privately concludes in your chart that your blood pressure is likely fine because you don’t mention it as an issue during your interaction. Silly, right? And unlikely, since basing care on reliable assessments — a.k.a. “measurement-based care” — is widespread in most health care.
Experiencing joy in clinical practice and helping mitigate provider burnout has long been a research topic of interest at MacColl. Judith Schaefer, MPH, Senior Research Associate departed for her well-deserved retirement in October 2018, leaving us with ways that she found joy in her work.
1. Focus on what matters to you
What matters to you matters to you. Sometimes it’s right in front of your face and you don’t have to look for it. Focusing on what matters will give your work meaning. Your work will be deeper because it has meaning for you
Very few people with chronic conditions would know Judith Schaefer’s name, but for more than two decades she has been a major force for tuning health care systems into the patient perspective.
We are thrilled to announce that our colleague Katie Coleman, MSPH, has been named director of the Kaiser Permanente WA (KPWA) Learning Health System (LHS) Program. Katie will guide the LHS Program in leveraging Kaiser Permanente Health Research Institute's (KPWHRI) research capabilities to help KPWA meet its strategic goals related to quality, service, growth, and affordability.
By Cara C. Lewis, PhD, MacColl Center Associate Investigator. Dr. Lewis is a clinical psychologist whose research seeks to identify how providers and care teams can optimize patient outcomes by leveraging data and the best available evidence. Dr. Lewis will serve as a keynote speaker at #GEIS2018.
Are you just starting out as a practice facilitator and need training? Or do you have many years of broad experience but want grounding in patient-centered medical home content? We're thrilled to announce that a unique training is coming to Washington for the first time in August.
AcademyHealth’s Annual Research Meeting convenes experts in health, health care, and policy to share new findings and showcase the latest research on how the health system works, what it costs, and how to improve it.