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Up next for me at #SIRC2019 (I'm gonna need a wall plug soon, hahaha) - Measurement Symposium. Why did I choose this session? Not that you care but I'm about to propose a dissertation :)
Pragmatic measures for implementation research: development of the Psychometrics And Pragmatic Evidence Rating Scale (PAPERS). #SIRC2019
Dr. Cameo Stanick - Review of the Instrument Review Project (avail to @ImplementCollab members) - Need for pragmatic measures - valid & reliable measures to assess barriers/facilitators and inform the dev, selection, tailoring of imp strategies, and evaluate imp outcomes
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Next up for me at #SIRC2019 - Implementation Outcomes and Measures breakout session.
1st up: Aaron Tierney speaking on his work from Stanford - Advancing evidence synthesis from effectiveness to implementation - recs for integrating implementation measures into evidence review. #SIRC2019
Project trying to - (1) enhance usefulness of evidence synthesis projects and (2) start conversation about standardizing reporting of implementation factors in future intervenion & evidence synthesis projects. #SIRC2019
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Up next (for me) at #SIRC2019 - Bridging the Implementation Research to Practice Gap. Purpose of the session is discussion/dialogue - NO PRESENTATIONS from panelists
On the panel: Dr. Byron Powell (WUSTL), Dr. Bob Franks (Judge Baker Children's Center), Dr. Jenna McWilliam (Triple P Intnatl), with @Aaron_Lyon (UW) as discussant. #SIRC2019
@Aaron_Lyon Chair: Dr. Jackie Brown - consults with organizations to help them use implementation strategies to address their problems. #SIRC2019
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Live tweeting #SIRC2019 again Today. Plenary is "Overcoming Implementation Challenges in Low-Resource Communities: Methods and Solutions from Western Kenya" - Dorsey & Whetten, MPIs; Wasonga, Kenya PI
Related to this talk: Ace Africa (, UW, Center for Health Policy & Inequalities Research at Duke University, and Center for Evidence and Implementation. #SIRC2019
The team from Ace Africa have traveled a long way to talk to us today. Truly an honor to hear from them. #SIRC2019
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Starting off this #SIRC2019 session: Secondary Analysis of Longitudinal State-Level Support for Mental Health Services in School-Based Health Centers by Tatiana Bustos
Background: >20% of US youth experience mental health difficulties and of these, only 30% receive adequate care. Barriers include access and also quality of culturally relevant care #SIRC2019
School-based health centers help address barriers, especially in low-income areas. >70% of SBHCs offer some type of mental health service including referrals/screenings, grief loss therapy/counseling, crisis intervention, substance abuse counseling, family therapy and med mngmt
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#SIRC2019 Next session: Building Roads: Exploring
Implementation Outcomes Across Diverse Contexts
First up - Dr. Lisa Rogers Making Sense of Context: A Systematic Review; Dr. Rogers became interested in #ImplementationScience from her on-the-ground experience on nursing wards #SIRC2019
Outline: Background, review methods, results, implications #SIRC2019
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Currently in a Mechanisms Network of Expertise (MNoE) workshop/session at #SIRC2019 The room is packed (standing room only) so hopefully my live-tweeting will help folks that couldn't fit.
@ImplementCollab also has a webinar on this topic. More info at … (but no link to the webinar that I could find)
@ImplementCollab Mechanisms help us understand the causal process by which an implementation strategy functions. Ex: provider knowledge deficit is a "determinant", education is a strategy, and adoption is the outcome. A mechanism is what explains how education leads to adoption #SIRC2019
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Excited today to hear from @APA @ArthurCEvans at the #SIRC2019 conference. One thing I love about #ImpSci is how interdisciplinary it is!
@APA @ArthurCEvans You: Are you going to Live Tweet it?
Me, poised eagerly at my laptop: Do you even know me?
@APA @ArthurCEvans Imagine "John" - a difficult, chronic hospital patient. But interventions focused on John's goals and how providers could move him toward those goals got John to a place where he could be discharged. This is what happens when we use Evidence-Based Practices (EBPs)
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