Patients with social needs experienced a higher number of hospitalizations, obesity, prediabetes and Type 2 diabetes, finds a new study from Maura Kepper at the Brown School on the social determinants of health.
D&I Rural Health Symposium helps build “stronger collaborations in broader communities” (Links to an external site)
The recent D&I rural health symposium helped build collaborations among rural health care providers and implementation scientists.
WashU teams partner to demonstrate how implementation science can improve health services and change communities (Links to an external site)
The Translational Science Benefit Model (TSBM) and Implementation Research Institute (IRI) teams worked to develop six imact case studies that showcase the impact of IRI fellows’ and alums’ work, and the impact of the IRI itself as a mentored network.
New study by doctoral student provides overview of frameworks and models to reduce ineffective healthcare services and public health programs (Links to an external site)
De-implementation is a process studied in a broad array of disciplines, yet implementation science has thus far been limited in the integration of learnings from other fields. A study led by Callie Walsh-Bailey that was published in Implementation Science offers an overview of frameworks and models that implementation researchers and practitioners can use to inform their […]