AcademyHealth and the National Institutes of Health sponsor an annual conference dedicated to bridging the gap between research, practice and policy. Investigators in the Mayo Clinic Robert D. and Patricia E. Kern Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery, and others at Mayo Clinic, participate in this, and other AcademyHealth scientific conferences each year. These events provide an opportunity to present research findings to a broad peer researcher audience, to learn and engage in discussions surrounding the advancement of the quadruple aim of improving outcomes and experience, managing the cost of care, and enhancing the resiliency and well-being of health care professionals.
To that end, during this year's virtual event, Mayo Clinic investigators and research collaborators are presenting findings throughout the program, including the following presentations:
Dec. 14, 11:45 a.m.–Noon, EST
Presentation theme: Leveraging translational science infrastructure to advance D&I sciences
Mayo Clinic work presented by collaborating co-author Jane Mahoney, M.D.: Benefits of D&I in every stage of translational science
Dec. 16, 1–2:15 p.m. EST
Presentation theme: Building competencies and teaching implementation science
Mayo Clinic work presented by collaborator Brittany Rudd, Ph.D.: Teaching for implementation: A framework for building implementation research and practice capacity within the translational science workforce
Mayo Clinic work presented by Jennifer Ridgeway, Ph.D.: Building technical and social infrastructure for a multi-site trial of EHR-enabled shared decision making in clinical consultations
Dec. 16, 11:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. EST
Mayo Clinic work presented by Jessica Austen, Ph.D., Mayo Clinic Cancer Center: Adapt or not adapt – lessons learned in culturally adapting an evidence-based decision aid to reduce mammography overuse among older women
Poster session: Clinical Care Settings: System Level Interventions
Mayo Clinic work presented by Sarah Redmond, Ph.D: Using care team surveys to guide implementation of a patient-reported outcome intervention in medical oncology: Results arising from the first three steps of a cluster randomized pragmatic trial
Dec. 15, 2:15–3:30 p.m. EST
Presentation theme: Selecting, Modifying, and Measuring Implementation Strategies
Mayo Clinic work presented by collaborator Justin Smith, Ph.D.: Usability and initial findings of the longitudinal implementation strategy tracking system (LISTS) in the IMPACT consortium
The collaborators noted as presenting are doing so on behalf of Mayo Clinic's Aaron Leppin, M.D.
Dr. Leppin passed away on Nov. 3.
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