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1) Welcome to a new #accredited #tweetorial on a🗝️ topic in #cancer care & #vascular medicine: #VTE (#DVT and #PE). Cancer patients are at⬆️risk from their disease, their comorbidities, & often from their treatment. It's a sticky wicket & @cardiomet_CE is proud to welcome ...
2) ... one of the world's leading authorities on cancer-associated VTE as new faculty both here and on @onc_ce: Dr. Alok Khorana @aakonc of @ClevelandClinic, to talk about advances and best treatment in this space!
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With so much happening in the world right now, it’s been hard to keep up with all the high-value #impsci published in 2020 – but I’m trying!

Here are five articles that I’m excited to incorporate in my #implementationscience teaching and research:
Already using this article/slide to introduce #impsci in classes and workshops. Really helpful when teaching or speaking to intervention scientists, epidemiologists, and clinicians who find #impsci vocab unfamiliar and (frankly) off-putting.…
Equity will be a theme running through my #impsci course this fall. So much to chew on in this article. Here’s a nugget: implementation is all about fit. This idea precedes #impsci as a field, but its relevance for improving equity resonates loudly today.…
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Now @t_lopezcastro is introducing our Saturday morning keynote speaker at #ISTSS2019 Theresa S. Betancourt @tsbetancourt Salem Professor in Global Practice at the Boston College School of Social Work & Director of the Research Program on Children and Adversity @rpcalab
@t_lopezcastro @tsbetancourt @RPCAlab @ISTSSnews @StenslandSynne @Rachel_M_Hiller This #ISTSS2019 keynote from @tsbetancourt is entitled: "Addressing the Effects of Trauma in Children, Youth and Families Facing Adversity Globally”

Here's what she is planning to talk about over the next hour.
@t_lopezcastro @tsbetancourt @RPCAlab @ISTSSnews @StenslandSynne @Rachel_M_Hiller "I come from a low resource setting" says @tsbetancourt as she starts her talk with pictures from her youth.

Theresa Betancourt is the principal investigator of an intergenerational, longitudinal study of war-affected youth in Sierra Leone (LSWAY)
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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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#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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