Anuj Mehta, MD, participating locally at National Jewish Health, seeks mentorship in the program to improve decision-making in the ICU in order to better align patient values with care delivered. More specifically, he plans to use mix methods, combining quantitative big data analysis with qualitative research engaging key stakeholders, to develop decision-aids based on tracheostomy decision-making that will be designed for dissemination across broad ICU settings.
Nee-Kofi Mould-Millman, MD, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine here on campus is interested in the fellowship’s formal training in T4 translational research to implement evidenced-based bundled trauma care interventions to reduce heart, lung, and blood organ system failure in resource limited settings—locally and abroad. To date, he has completed a fellowship in Global Health and another in Prehospital and Disaster Medicine and has grant funding to continue his research endeavors internationally in South Africa while participating in the IMPACT K12 Program.
Amy Tyler, MD, MSCS, FAAP joins the program to advance the science of “de-implementation” and improve outcomes for pediatric patients in the acute care setting. An Assistant Professor in Pediatrics, as well as a pediatric hospitalist and the Director of Quality at Children’s Hospital Colorado, she looks forward to specifically honing her skills in mixed methods research, D&I science, and designing pragmatic clinical trials focused on effective, generalizable programs to “de-implement” over-utilized tests and treatments.
We extend our congratulations to these aforementioned scholars, selected from a competitive, high quality pool of applicants, and are honored they chose our program to further hone their skills to become independent T4 dissemination and implementation research scientists.