Training Program Title
Engaging Patients through Technology - Advancing the Intersection of Consumer Health Informatics and Implementation Science
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Training Program Description
I2S2 Seminar Series: Engaging Patients through Technology - Advancing the Intersection of Consumer Health Informatics and Implementation Science presented by Timothy Hogan, PhD. Patient-facing technologies, including mhealth applications, portals, and other such tools, have great potential to engage patients in their own care; however, this potential has not been widely realized. Promoting adoption of these technologies can be difficult, and their effective integration into routine care can be elusive. Effective implementation strategies are needed, along with further evidence of their impact.
Clinical research professionals, Biostatistics, Biomedical informatics, Data management, Database, Data analysis, Data capture, Data correction, Data entry, Research study management, Responsible conduct of research, Study design, Translational research, Health research, Social media
Digital Commons Disciplines
Data Science | Medical Education | Medicine and Health Sciences | Other Biomedical Engineering and Bioengineering | Science and Technology Studies
Cost to Access
Scientific Concepts and Research Design; Ethical and Participant Safety Considerations; Medicines Development and Regulation; Clinical Trials Operations; Study and Site Management; Data Management and Informatics; Leadership and Professionalism; Communication and Teamwork
- mixed methods hybrid implementation trial focused on supporting uptake of a new automated text messaging system
- longitudinal cohort of Veterans developed to support rapid evaluation of new VA patient-facing technologies.
- Findings from these projects are informing new research focused on developing multilevel, multicomponent implementation strategies to support the rollout of other patient-facing technologies across VA.
Principal Investigators; Clinical Research Professionals (other than PI); MDs including residents, house officers, fellows, hospitalists; Post-doctoral scholars; Community Partners