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Insights and Innovation in Improving Health


​For access to videos and slides from previous seminars, check out our archived webinar section​.

​2013 - 2014 Seminars

Date Title Learning Objectives Educational Domain
9/16/13

 

Boot Camp Translation for Patient Centered Outcomes

Don Nease, MD
University of Colorado

Lessons learned in engaging Practice-Based Research Networks (PBRNs) and their patients Community and Stakeholder Engagement 

 

10/14/13

​Establishing a CTSI D&I core

Brian Mittman, PhD
VA Center for Implementation Practice and Research Support (CIPRS)

​Insights on establishing a CTSI D&I core from Mittman’s experiences at UCLA, VA, and Kaiser Permanente Southern California  ​Theories and Strategies
​11/11/13

Message Tailoring

Amanda Dempsey, MD, PhD, MPH
University of Colorado Denver

​An introduction to the use of text messaging in healthcare research and considerations when designing a text messaging intervention 
An overview of targeting specific audiences with tailoring and personalization including lessons learned at University of Michigan Child Health Evaluation and Research Unit
​Tools and Approaches
​12/9/13

Text Messaging Toolkit

Lisa Schilling, MD, MPH
University of Colorado Denver

​An introduction to the use of text messaging in healthcare research and considerations when designing a t​ext messaging intervention ​Tools and Approaches
​1/13/14

New and Future Directions in Implementation Science

Russell Glasgow, PhD University of Colorado Denver

Borsika Rabin, PhD, PharmD, MPH, Kaiser Permanente Colorado

This seminar offers learnings from Dr. Glasgow and Rabin’s meetings with NIH and PCORI, and insights on how to significantly increase the competitiveness and scores of applications to pragmatic research groups such as NIH Dissemination, PCORI, and other new pragmatic research RFAs. ​Tools and Approaches
​1/27/14

POSTPONED:

Digital Marketing and Applications in Healthcare

Patrick DuParcq, PhD
Northwestern Kellogg School Of Management

Date changed to April 14​

​An overview of new information delivery formats and platforms available to health professionals and for communication with patients 
​Tools and Approaches
​2/24/14
Community Outreach-Obesity Prevention Trial

Art Davidson MD, MPH
University of Colorado Denver / Denver Health

​Lessons learned from a community outreach obesity prevention trial using community health workers and Patient Relationship Manager (PRM) software ​Tools and Approaches
​3/24/14

Improving Cardiovascular Screening and Management Through a Bidirectional Personal and Technological Interface

Ray Estacio, MD

University of Colorado Denver / Denver Health

​Lessons learned from a study on a participant-centered communication intervention using text messaging integrated with a CV prevention registry
​Tools and Approaches
​4/14/14

Digital Marketing and Applications in Healthcare

Patrick DuParcq, PhD Northwestern Kellogg School of Management

An overview of new information delivery formats and platforms available to health professionals and for communication with patients 
​Tools and Approaches
​5/19/14

Reminder/Recall Methods to Increase Immunization Rates in Young Children

Allison Kempe, MD, MPH
University of Colorado Denver

Lessons learned from a comparative effectiveness trial comparing collaborative population-based versus practice-based reminder/recall methods
​Tools and Approaches

2012 - 2013 Seminars

Date Title Learning Objectives Educational Domain
7/9

 

A Method for Achieving Covariate Balance in Cluster Randomized Trials

Miriam Dickinson, PhD
University of Colorado
A tutorial on the use of balance criterion approach to achieve balance in cluster-randomized trials

 

Evaluation: Design and Analysis

 

9/26

 

Implementation Science: Methods, Models and Opportunities to Integrate Evidence, Policy and Practice​

Russell Glasgow, PhD
National Cancer Institute (NCI)

Jointly sponsored with the CU Department of Medicine Grand Rounds
Identify key characteristics of implementation science and how it is different from traditional health research; describe an example of how implementation science has been applied to population-based cancer screening; describe resources for funding, measures and other tools for implementation science available from NCI & NIH​ Theory and Strategy
10/15

 

Diffusion of Innovations: Implications for Practice

Jim Dearing, PhD
Kaiser Research Institute

Jointly sponsored with the Center for American Indian and Alaska Native Diabetes Translational Research 
​An introduction to the diffusion of innovation paradigm and the implementation science perspectives about fidelity, adaption and sustainability ​Theory and Strategy
 
11/12 Mixed Methods in Dissemination and Implementation Research​

Karen Albright, PhD
University of Colorado

Jointly sponsored with Children's Outcomes Research (COR)
A discussion of the strengths of qualitative vs. quantitative data, common barriers to using mixed method approaches, three dimensions of methodological combination, and five mixed method designs with particular relevance for dissemination and implementation research​ Evaluation: Design and Analysis
12/10

 

Lessons Learned from 2011 NIH Training Institute for Dissemination and Implementation Research in Health (TIDIRH) Conference​

Jean Kutn​er​, MD, MSPH
University of Colorado
An overview of dissemination and implementation research in medicine including theoretical frameworks

 

​Theory and Strategy

 

1/14

 

The Field of Healthcare Marketing: Implications for Dissemination and Implementation Practice​

Elaine Morrato, DrPH, MPH
University of Colorado
​An overview of the changing healthcare marketplace and insights on strategic communication in today's media world ​Tools and Approaches

 

2/27 

 

Patient-Centered Translation of Evidence into Practice

Nilay Shah, PhD
Mayo Clinic

Jointly sponsored with the Health Systems Management & Policy (HSMP) seminar series and the IMPACT series
​Lessons learned from the Mayo Clinic Knowledge and Evaluation Research Unit Tools and Approaches

 

3/8

 

Child Health Services in a Post Affordable Care Act World: What Do We Need to Know?

Lisa Simpson, MB, BCh, MPH, FAAP
AcademyHealth

Chancellor's John J. C​onger Lectureship and Visiting Professorship sponsored by the Departments of Pediatrics and Psychiatry
​Insights on how child health services will evolve in the coming years and what research will be needed to assess the impact on children. ​Tools and Approaches
4/15 Translating the Diabetes Prevention Program into the Community

David Goff, MD, PhD
University of Colorado
​Lessons learned from implementing DPP with an emphasis on implementation methods Theory and Strategy

 

5/20 Boot Camp Translation for Patient Centered Outcomes

Don Nease, MD & Jack Westfall, MD, MPH
University of Colorado
​Lessons learned in engaging Practice-Based Research Networks (PBRNs) and their patients ​Community and Stakeholder Engagement
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