Dr. Matthew Dupre was recently awarded a 5-year R01 from the NIH to examine the life course patterns and predictors of hospitalizations in older adults with heart failure.
When it comes to patients with poorly controlled type 2 diabetes, which is more effective; a simple telehealth approach or a comprehensive telemedicine intervention? In JAMA Internal Medicine, Dr. Hayden Bosworth and team provide results from their interesting study.
In a JAMA article, Drs. Bryce Reeve and Kevin Weinfurt define PROs, discuss their importance and limitations, and interpret an outcome using a real-world example.
Carl will focus on implementation sciences when he starts his PhD in Fall 2022.
Congratulations to Drs. Anna Hung and Sudha Raman! They are now alumni of the LEADER Program and well-versed in leadership, team building, and developing and managing their own research programs.
There's a hidden business in trafficking your health information that you may not know exists. Dr. Eric Perakslis, a leader in privacy and de-identified data, says it's time for reform. Read more in STAT News.
Recent MS Graduate and MD Student, Sonali Biswas, Wants to Provide Better Care for Transgender Teams
Through a qualitative study, Sonali Biswas finds valuable insights into the complexity of the transgender experience and how providers can improve care.
One answer is payment reform. In the Journal Of The American Geriatrics Society, Dr. Brystana Kaufman and team provide 4 key considerations when designing value-based payment models, an increasingly used healthcare payment method for older adults.
Using data from the HERO Registry (Healthcare Worker Exposure Response and Outcomes), Emily O'Brien, PhD, and colleagues found that healthcare workers during COVID have experienced moral injury—when actions conflict with beliefs—at similar rates to vets who served after 9/11. Read more in Helio
Clinicians & children with cancer report symptom burden differently: clinicians consistently downgrade symptoms. Dr. Bryce Reeve & team find enhancing the child’s voice through surveys can improve cancer care and identify effective treatments