"An updated protocol for a systematic review of implementation-related measures" describes the process by which Cara Lewis and colleagues are working to create a repository for use by researchers, practitioners, and other stakeholders seeking to locate reliable and effective implementation strategies.
From Classification to Causality: Advancing Understanding of Mechanisms of Change in Implementation Science
The science of implementation has offered little toward understanding how different implementation strategies work. To improve outcomes of implementation efforts, the field needs precise, testable theories that describe the causal pathways through which implementation strategies function.
PACIC-Lithuanian 26-item scale (Lėtinių sveikatos būklių priežiūros vertinimas)
The Patient Assessment of Chronic Illness Care (PACIC) 26-item survey was translated into Lithuanian by Domeikiene A. PhD, Trakselyte V., Gabryte D., Staniuliene A., Department of Family Medicine, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Kaunas Hospital Clinics, Lithuania and Ivanauskiene R. PhD, Health System Research Laboratory, Health Research Institute, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Lithuania.
PACIC-Lithuanian 20-item scale (Lėtinių sveikatos būklių priežiūros vertinimas)
The Patient Assessment of Chronic Illness Care (PACIC) 20-item survey was translated into Lithuanian by Domeikiene A. PhD, Trakselyte V., Gabryte D., Staniuliene A., Department of Family Medicine, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Kaunas Hospital Clinics, Lithuania, and Ivanauskiene R. PhD, Health system research laboratory, Health Research Institute, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Lithuania.
Engaging Primary Care Practices in Studies of Improvement: Did You Budget Enough for Practice Recruitment?
We know that primary care transformation is hard work, but the methods and costs to enroll small primary care practices in large, regional quality improvement initiatives are unknown. "Engaging Primary Care Practices in Studies of Improvement: Did You Budget Enough for Practice Recruitment?", authored by Michael Parchman, et al, and published in the April 2018 Annals of Family Medicine, describes the recruitment approach, cost, and resources required to recruit and enroll 500 pr
Implementing measurement based care in community mental health: a description of tailored and standardized methods.
How can community mental health centers better integrate evidence-based care for their patients who are experiencing depression? This new publication, by Cara Lewis, PhD, and Elena Navarro, et al, explores two different methods used in a dynamic cluster randomized trial that sought to implement measurement based care (MBC) for depression in a community behavioral health setting.
Partnering to Succeed: How Small Health Centers Can Improve Care and Thrive Under Value Based Payment
How can small health centers contribute to a sustainable primary care safety net that achieves better care, better health, lower costs, happier staff, and reduced health disparities? They can partner to succeed. Read our March 2018 publication co-authored by JSI Research &Training, Inc.: Partnering to Succeed: How small health centers can improve care and thrive under value-based payment.
Optimizing Psychological Science’s Impact on Public Health
Like any new field, dissemination and implementation faces particular challenges that need to be tackled.
PACIC-Arabic 26-item scale (تقييم رعاية الامراض المزمنة)
Courtesy of Nouf Sahal Al-Harbi PhD, Researcher, College of Applied Studies and Community Services, King Saud University, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, we are pleased to make available an Arabic translation of our PACIC instrument. This is the 26-item PACIC.
A conceptual model for generating and validating in-session clinical judgments
This paper by Cara Lewis, et al, A conceptual model for generating and validating in-session clinical judgments, puts forth a testable conceptual model, guided by an interdisciplinary integration of the literature, that posits that the clinical session context moderates the use of intuitive versus analytical reasoning.