Academic School Year 2019-2020



The Colorado Pragmatic Research in Health (COPRH) Conference: Advancing Pragmatic Science for Health Services Research

COPRH Con 2020: Planning for Real World Impact

Welcome and Overview

Drs. Allison Kempe and Bethany Kwan

Keynote Address:

Let's Get Real: Planning Rigorous Pragmatic Health Services Research for Equitable, Real-World Care

Presented by: Dr. Amy Kilbourne, VA QUERI

Let's Get Real: Planning Rigorous Pragmatic Health Services Research for Equitable, Real-World Care

Plenary Address:

Planning Pragmatic Research and the Value of Frameworks: Using PRECIS-2 as a Case Example

Presented by: Dr. Amy Huebschmann, University of Colorado

Planning Pragmatic Research and the Value of Frameworks: Using PRECIS-2 as a Case Example

Breakout: A Tour of Pragmatic Planning Frameworks

  • RE-AIM: Dr. Russell Glasgow
  • Knowledge-to-Action: Dr. Ian Graham
  • Replicating Effective Programs: Dr. Amy Kilbourne
  • Small P Policy: Dr. Ross Brownson
  • Exploration, Preparation, Implementation, Sustainment: Dr. Gregory A. Aarons

Plenary Address:

Using the Multiphase Optimization Strategy (MOST) for Developing, Optimizing, and Evaluating Multicomponent Interventions

Presented by: Dr. Kate Guastaferro, Penn State

Plenary Address

Virtual Poster Sessions

 


Day 2

Plenary Address:

Presented by: Dr. Matthew Wynia, University of Colorado

Plenary Address

Breakout: A Tour of Stakeholder Engagement Methods

  • Consensus Methods: Dr. Megan Morris
  • Community Advisory Panels: Dr. Don Nease
  • Group Facilitation Techniques: Drs. Bethany Kwan and Marilyn Coors
  • Stakeholder Engagement Navigator Tool: Drs. Matthew DeCamp and Brad Morse and Julie Ressalam, Kate Ytell

Breakout: A Tour of Pragmatic Methods and Measures: Planning Your Data Collection Strategies

  • Mixed Methods: Drs. Jodi Summers Holtrop and Megan Morris
  • Rapid Qualitative Methods: Dr. Jessica Moreau
  • Electronic Health Data: Dr. John Rice and Carter Sevick

Plenary Address:

Designing for Dissemination: Beginning with the End in Mind

Presented by: Dr. Ross Brownson, Washington University in St. Louis

Designing for Dissemination: Beginning with the End in Mind

Keynote Address:

Translating Research Evidence into Practice to Improve Health Equity: Lessons from a Faith-Based Physical Activity Intervention

Presented by: Dr. Elva Arredondo, University of California at San Diego

Translating Research Evidence into Practice to Improve Equity: Lessons from a Faith-Based Physical Activity Intervention


ACCORDS Emerging Research Designs Conference (June 5, 2019)
Modern Study Designs for Pragmatic Translational Research: Practical guidance for your proposal

Links​ to Keynote & other presentation recordings and slides:

Scott Evans​, PhD - Keynote  

Pragmatic Benefit:​Risk Evaluation: Healthy Disruption for Clinical Trials​  

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Allison Kempe, MD, MPH & Miriam Dickinson, PhD - Cluster Randomized Trials

Population-based vs. Practice-based Reminder/Recall: A Pragmatic Comparative Effectiveness Trial - Example Study & Methods

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Daniel Matlock, MD, MPH, Diane Fairclough, DrPH & Erin Chaussee, MS - Stepped Wedge Trial

DECIDE-LVAD Trial - Stepped Wedge Design - Example Study & Methods

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Alex Kaizer, PhD - Adaptive Trial Designs

Adaptive Clinical Trials: From Basics to Bayesian

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David Vock, PhD - SMART Tiral Designs

Getting SMART about Developing Adaptive Intervention Strategies

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ALL RECORDINGS LOCATED ON THIS YOUTUBE CHANNEL

 

Click HERE for the PDF Workbook

Click HERE for the Agenda​