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Research Training Programs


Title: IMPACT (IMPlementation to Achieve Clinical Transformation) 
Summary: The objective of IMPACT is to prepare a diverse group of scholars for careers in T4 translational research with an emphasis on heart, lung, blood, and sleep (HLBS) disorders. Our multifaceted, transdisciplinary center is ideal for training T4 implementation science researchers due to its level of faculty expertise in implementation science and outcomes research, our strong record of postgraduate training, and the excellent, diverse set of real world partner training sites in a variety of adult and child settings addressing HLBS issues. 
Funder: NIH/NHLBI
Award Number: 1K12HL137862
Project Period: 09/01/2017-08/31/2022
Title: Patient-Centered Outcoms Research (PCOR) Scholars Program
Summary: This postdoctoral program trains Denver Health investigators to become research experts, institutional leaders, and future mentors in comparative effectiveness research (CER) within the context of PCOR. Scholars are selected by the mentorship team and Dr. Allison based on a formal application and interview process. Scholars can have prior training in any health-related or clinical discipline. They are selected for their career development promise in health systems design and health disparities research, and will become the scaffolding on which DH can build research programs in these areas.​
Funder: Multiple Funders
Project Period: 02/01/2017-01/31/2018​​​
Title: SCORE Fellowship
Summary: This program is designed to train outstanding physician researchers in clinical translational and outcomes research, focusing on surgeons and subspecialists interested in research training. The primary goal of the two-year fellowship is to provide existing or new faculty with the building blocks to conduct clinical translational or outcomes research and, in the future, to be successful in obtaining extramural funding. The fellowship also has a strong curriculum addressing faculty development to ensure that trainees remain in academic positions and advance in their careers. The program offers candidates the opportunity to obtain advanced degrees through the Graduate School and the Colorado School of Public Health.
Funder: Multiple Funders
Project Period: Ongoing