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Implementation science research to reduce adverse effects of SCD

From various publications and reports, we have characterized the risks associated with sickle cell disease (SCD) and understand many of the barriers for treatment of SCD in LMICs. How can implementation science research be used to reduce the negative outcomes of SCD in low/middle income countries?

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Improving heart, lung, blood, sleep Health Outcomes for Minority and Underserved Men

What are the best strategies to improve implementation of evidence-based practices (EBP) to enhance effective health risk communication strategies among racial and ethnic minority males and underserved men? Examples of several issues that need to be addressed are: • Need for better definition of the role of families/communities in EBP (as co-therapists). • Requires less system fragmentation • Need for improved measurement, ...more »

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What are the most effective strategies for reducing alarm fatigue and optimizing cardiorespiratory monitor alarm management?

Hospital cardiorespiratory monitors have great potential to save lives, but are hampered by high false alarm rates that contribute to alarm fatigue. While the long term solution is developing new medical devices that will do this better, few hospitals will benefit from new device innovations in the next decade. In order to better identify early signs of cardiorespiratory deterioration in the hospital at an early stage ...more »

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Translation Research Dissemination & Implementation Frameworks

We need to identify and test the proven effective dissemination and implementation frameworks that are relevant to heart, lung, and blood disorders in order to scale up evidence-based interventions in real world settings, ultimately improving health equity among minority populations, including low income minority residents living in public housing.

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Promoting Research on Translation of Evidence into Practice within Academic Medical Health Care Systems

Academic Medical Centers (AMCs) must become translational research leaders by conducting implementation research (IR) within their own health care systems. Doing so will require new paradigms, breaking down silos between research and operations, new incentives, and new funding streams. Steps include CTSA renewal requirements for significant IR and building on the QUERI (Quality Enhancement Research Initiatives) from ...more »

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Implementation of Evidence-based Guidelines in LMICs

How can implementation strategies be tested in low and middle income countries for contextually and culturally adapted evidence-based clinical care guidelines with a focus on prevalent non-communicable diseases with large burdens such as sickle cell disease, hypertension, heart disease, stroke, asthma, and COPD?

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Implementation of T4 Translation Research Platforms and Networks

How can cost-effective implementation of late stage translation (T4) research protocols be facilitated for heart, lung, blood, sleep diseases and health inequities?

Can research platforms and networks be created and utilized to facilitate execution of multi-level interventions and approaches for the end user in collaboration with key stake holders?

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Harnessing the ongoing ‘natural experiments’ of quality improvement

How do we harness the ongoing “natural experiments” of quality improvement (QI) activities in various healthcare systems to facilitate hypothesis-driven research, improve scientific validity to address questions in clinical trials, and implement and disseminate research results? • Current restrictions in human subjects research regulations • Diversity in approaches and methodology rigor to QI initiatives across different ...more »

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