General consultation coordinator; qualitative and mixed methods application to D&I research; implementation science; use of D&I in primary care settings; instructor for CLSC 6560 Designs and Mixed Methods in Implementation Research
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Dr. Kempe’s own research has focused on immunization and other preventive care delivery, evaluation of prenatal and neonatal health services, evaluation of state health insurance plans for children of low-income families, telephone care, and implementation and dissemination science.
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Physical activity behavior, Implementation science factors in primary care settings, systematic reviews assessing both pragmatism and effectiveness, implementation issues with electronic health records
Dr. Dorsey Holliman is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine in the School of Medicine and the Associate Director of the Qualitative and Mixed Methods Research Core at the Adult and Child Consortium for Health Outcomes Research and Delivery Science (ACCORDS). She specializes in the use of qualitative and mixed methods in health services research, and is skilled at health policy and program evaluation. Dr. Dorsey Holliman’s research focuses on health disparities and inequalities due to socioeconomic status, race/ethnicity, and social and structural factors. Prior to joining the University of Colorado, she was the founding Director of the Qualitative Core for the Mental Illness Research Education and Clinical Center at the Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center. Dr. Dorsey Holliman earned her B.A. in Psychology from North Carolina Central University, a M.A. in Forensic Psychology from the University of Denver, and a Ph.D. in Health and Behavioral Sciences from the University of Colorado Denver.
Hillary Lum, MD, PhD, conducts patient-centered outcomes research to improve advance care planning for older adults. She is a geriatrician, palliative medicine physician, and Associate Professor in the Division of Geriatric Medicine, Department of Medicine, at the University of Colorado School of Medicine and physician investigator at the Geriatric Research, Education and Clinical Center (GRECC) at the Eastern Colorado Health Care System, Aurora, CO. Her goals are to conduct high-quality research that improves advance care planning for older adults and their family members and leads to the healthcare system, local, state and national policies to promote effective advance care planning processes. Her research focuses on an innovative Advance Care Planning Group Medical Visit as a model of studying how to develop and implement real-world interventions for engaging older adults in advance care planning. As a Health and Aging Policy Fellow, she was placed at the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing, which administers Colorado Medicaid. She focused on identifying meaningful and measurable quality indicators for older adults across several state government services as part of The Colorado Opportunity Project. Her mentor was Dr. Judy Zerzan (chief medical officer at Colorado Medicaid and HAPF alumna).