implementation science

PMC Coordinating Center extends its appreciation to the authors for the impactful research into the the effects of the COVID-19 on non-pharmacological pain management trials in military and veteran healthcare settings.  Research done by Amanda Midboe, et al, informs multiple areas of implications.

The HSR&D/QUERI National Meeting is planned as an in-person meeting for October 2022.

Veterans and Caregivers are invited to submit abstracts for poster presentations that highlight research projects, Veteran Engagement Groups (VEGs), or other research-related activities. Posters sessions provide an opportunity meet researchers, other Veterans, and Caregivers from all over the United States. Accepted posters will be displayed during a poster session.

This presentation outlines some key pieces that are necessary for implementation science grants, including methods and design considerations that are relevant to implementation science.

Acknowledging the challenges and nuances of crafting stand-out study proposals that address implementation, the Proctor, et al., recommend important elements for research scientists to include in their grant applications. The authors identify 10 key ingredients that make an application stronger and convey the significance and impact of the proposed study to reviewers.

Time:  12:00 PM to 1:00 PM ET Series:  QUERI Implementation Research Group Speaker:  Sarah Birken, PhD Description:  Theories, models, and frameworks (TMFs) are intended to accomplish several goals in implementation science such as generalizing implementation efforts and research findings across settings, clinical conditions, and groups and contributing to a cumulative evidence base. Despite their potential …

Selecting and Applying Theories, Models and Frameworks for Implementation Science Read More »

Time:  1:00 PM to 2:00 PM ET Series:  QUERI Implementation Research Group Speaker:  Christian Helfrich, PhD, MPH Description:  Dr. Christian Helfrich will lead a discussion about some factors that may distinguish de-implementation from implementation, including discussion of conceptual models, implementation/de-implementation outcomes, and patients’ experiences of de-implementation efforts.  Norton, W.E., Chambers, D.A. Unpacking the complexities of …

What Potentially Makes De-Implementation Different Than Implementation and Why Does it Matter? Thoughts on Theory, Outcomes and Patient Experience Read More »

The IS WG supports the PMC projects in developing and integrating state-of-the-science dissemination and implementation methods and practices that will facilitate the uptake of evidence-based findings into healthcare settings with the aim of improving health and well-being of service members and veterans. First and foremost, the Co-Chairs will provide Project PIs with IS consultation on each of the PMC projects. Collaboratively, the aims and deliverables for the IS WG will be developed. The collective work across the projects will help inform policy guidance and best practices for the military and veteran health care systems.