Methods (Design)

Almirall, D., Nahum-Shani, I., Sherwood, N., & Murphy, E. (2014).Introduction to SMART designs for the development of adaptive interventions: With application to weight loss research.​ Translational Behavioral Medicine, 4(3), 260-274.

Asch, D., & Rosin, R. (2015). Innovation as Discipline, Not Fad. The New England Journal of Medicine, 373(7), 592-594.​ Read the Article​

Battaglia, & Glasgow. (2018). Pragmatic dissemination and implementation research models, methods and measures and their relevance for nursing research. Nursing Outlook, 66(5), 430-445. Read the Article

Bennett, W. L., et al. (2017). AHRQ Comparative Effectiveness Reviews. Methods for Evaluating Natural Experiments in Obesity: Systematic Evidence Review. Rockville (MD), Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (US).

Burke, R., & Shojania, K. (2018). Rigorous evaluations of evolving interventions: Can we have our cake and eat it too? BMJ Quality & Safety, BMJ Quality & Safety, 9 February 2018. Read the Article

Colquhoun, H., Leeman, J., Michie, S., Lokker, C., Bragge, P., Hempel, S., . . . Grimshaw, J. (2014). Towards a common terminology: A simplified framework of interventions to promote and integrate evidence into health practices, systems, and policies. Implementation Science: IS, 9, 51. Read the Article

Cutshall, N., Kwan, B., Salmi, L., & Lum, H. (2019). "It Makes People Uneasy, but It's Necessary. #BTSM": Using Twitter to Explore Advance Care Planning among Brain Tumor Stakeholders. Journal of Palliative Medicine, Journal of palliative medicine, 06 June 2019.​ Read the Article

Forbes, Loudon, Treweek, Taylor, & Eldridge. (2017).Understanding the applicability of results from primary care trials: Lessons learned from applying PRECIS-2.​ Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 90, 119-126.​

Glasgow, Russell E. (2013). What Does It Mean to Be Pragmatic? Pragmatic Methods, Measures, and Models to Facilitate Research Translation. Health Education & Behavior, 40(3), 257-265. Read the Article

Glasgow, Huebschmann, & Brownson. (2018). Expanding the CONSORT Figure: Increasing Transparency in Reporting on External Validity. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 55(3), 422-430. Read the Article​​

Glasgow, R. E., Huebschmann, A. G., Krist, A. H. and DeGruy, F. V. (2019), An Adaptive, Contextual, Technology‐Aided Support (ACTS) System for Chronic Illness Self‐Management. The Milbank Quarterly. doi:10.1111/1468-0009.12412. Read the Article

Glasgow, R., Kwan, B., & Matlock, D. (2018). Realizing the full potential of precision health: The need to include patient-reported health behavior, mental health, social determinants, and patient preferences data. Journal of Clinical and Translational Science, 1-3. doi:10.1017/cts.2018.31  Read the Article

Glasgow RE, Estabrooks PE. (2018). Pragmatic Applications of RE-AIM for Health Care Initiatives in Community and Clinical Settings. Prev Chronic Dis;15:170271.  Read the Article​

Harrison, M. S. (2021). Functions and Forms Framework: a Methodology for Mechanistic Deconstruction and Adaptation? Journal of General Internal Medicine, 1–3. Read the Article

Hong, Pluye, Fàbregues, Bartlett, Boardman, Cargo, . . . Vedel. (2019). Improving the content validity of the mixed methods appraisal tool: A modified e-Delphi study. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology,111, 49-59.e1.  Read the Article |  View the tool

Holtrop, J. S., et al. (2018). "Using Social Network Analysis to Examine the Effect of Care Management Structure on Chronic Disease Management Communication Within Primary Care." J Gen Intern Med. Read the Article​

Jodi Summers Holtrop, Russell E Glasgow, Pragmatic research: an introduction for clinical practitioners, Family Practice, Volume 37, Issue 3, June 2020, Pages 424–428, Read the Article

Holtrop JS, Hall TL, Rubinson C, Dickinson LM, Glasgow RE. What Makes for Successful Registry Implementation: A Qualitative Comparative Analysis. J Am Board Fam Med. 2017 Sep-Oct;30(5):657-665. doi: 10.3122/jabfm.2017.05.170096. PubMed PMID: 28923818.  Read the Article

Holtrop, J., Rabin, B., & Glasgow, R. (2018) Qualitative approaches to use of the RE-AIM framework: rationale and methods. BMC Health Services Research. 18:177. doi: 10.1186/s12913-018-2938-8. Read the Article

Huebschmann, A., Leavitt, I., Glasgow, R. (2019). Making Health Research Matter: A Call to Increase Attention to External Validity. Annual Review of Public Health.  40, 45-63.  Read the Article

Knoepke CE, Ingle MP, Matlock DD, Brownson RC, Glasgow RE (2019) Dissemination and stakeholder engagement practices among dissemination & implementation scientists: Results from an online survey. PLoS ONE 14(11): e0216971. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0216971. Read the Article

Kwan, B., Chadha, S., Hamer, M., Spagnolo, D., & Kee, S. (2017). Mixed methods evaluation of a collaborative care implementation using RE-AIM. Families, Systems & Health : The Journal of Collaborative Family Healthcare,35(3), 295-307.  Read the Article

Luoma, K. A., Leavitt, I. M., Marrs, J. C., Nederveld, A. L., Regensteiner, J. G., Dunn, A. L., . . . Huebschmann, A. G. (2017, June 06). How can clinical practices pragmatically increase physical activity for patients with type 2 diabetes? A systematic review. PMID: 28589531 DOI: 10.1007/s13142-017-0502-4  Read the Article

Lyon, A., Lewis, C., Melvin, A., Boyd, M., Nicodimos, S., Liu, F., & Jungbluth, N. (2016). Health Information Technologies-Academic and Commercial Evaluation (HIT-ACE) methodology: Description and application to clinical feedback systems. Implementation Science : IS, 11(1), 128.​ Read the Article

Lyon, A., & Koerner, K. (2016). User‐Centered Design for Psychosocial Intervention Development and Implementation. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 23(2), 180-200.​ Read the Article

Matlock, Daniel & Mcilvennan, Colleen & Thompson, Jocelyn & Morris, Megan & Venechuk, Grace & Dunlay, Shannon & LaRue, Shane & Lewis, Eldrin & Patel, Chetan & Blue, Laura & Chaussee, Erin & Glasgow, Russell & Walsh, Mary & Allen, Larry. (2020). Decision Aid Implementation among Left Ventricular Assist Device Programs Participating in the DECIDE-LVAD Stepped-Wedge Trial. Medical Decision Making. 40. 289-301. doi: 10.1177/0272989X20915227. Read the article

Palinkas, L., & Zatzick, D. (2018). Rapid Assessment Procedure Informed Clinical Ethnography (RAPICE) in Pragmatic Clinical Trials of Mental Health Services Implementation: Methods and Applied Case Study. Administration and Policy in Mental Health, 1-16. Read the Article

Rabin, B., Mccreight, M., Battaglia, C., Ayele, R., Burke, R., Hess, P., . . . Glasgow, R. (2018). Systematic, Multimethod Assessment of Adaptations Across Four Diverse Health Systems Interventions. Frontiers in Public Health, 6, 102.  Read the Article​

Smith, M., & Morrato, E. (2014). Advancing the Field of Pharmaceutical Risk Minimization Through Application of Implementation Science Best Practices. Drug Safety,37(8), 569-580. Read the Article

Solberg, L., Crain, A., Maciosek, M., Unützer, J., Ohnsorg, K., Beck, A., . . . Glasgow, R. (2015). A stepped-wedge evaluation of an initiative to spread the collaborative care model for depression in primary care. Annals of Family Medicine, 13(5), 412-20. Read the Article