Ramzi Salloum, PhD (2016 Cohort) was recently selected awarded a grant from the James and Esther King Biomedical Research Program entitled “Clinically-Efficient Strategies to Address Tobacco Smoke Exposure in Pediatric Practice.” The grant will assess the feasibility and efficacy of a scalable, automated EHR tool for tobacco screening and counseling, along with provider training on […]
Stephanie Staras, PhD, MSPH (2016 Cohort) was recently awarded an R01 from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) entitled "Text and Talk: A multi-level intervention to increase provider HPV vaccine recommendation effectiveness". The grant addresses the need for more effective and pragmatic preventive interventions to increase provider HPV vaccine recommendations. The goal of the proposal is to […]
MT-DIRC fellow Matthew Nielsen, MD, MS, FACS (2015 cohort) was recently appointed as Chair of the American Urological Association’s Quality Improvement and Patient Safety (QIPS) Committee. He will serve on the committee charged with fostering quality urological care from 2019-2022. Read the full story in the May 2nd edition of Vital Signs. Congrats Matt!!
Sarah Birken, PhD (2015 cohort) was recently selected to receive UNC-Chapel Hill’s University Award for the Advancement of Women which recognized Birken for her efforts in elevating the status of women on the UNC campus, improving campus policies for the upward mobility of women and mentorship and professional development of other women. This award comes only […]
Cindy Perry, PhD of the 2014 MT-DIRC cohort was first author of the recently published work in Implementation Science titled: Specifying and comparing implementation strategies across seven large implementation interventions: a practical application of theory. Dr. Perry's finding's suggest possible revisions to implementation strategies to make them more usable in "real-work", "on-the-ground" dissemination and implementation efforts. […]