This review sought to provide evidence for how to best communicate and disseminate evidence, including uncertain evidence to inform health care decisions. A secondary objective was to examine how the effectiveness of communication and dissemination strategies varies across target audiences, namely patients and clinicians. Principal Investigator: Stacey Sheridan, M.D. Funding: AHRQ
Development and Application of Contextual Frameworks for Patient-Centered Medical Homes, Process Redesign, and Care Transitions
EPC team will apply and refine the CFIR to identify Conceptual factors and implementation processes that should be examined in research on how, why, and where the selected interventions succeeded in or failed to achieve desired outcomes.
UNC-CH will conduct work to develop and complete a ‘white paper’ with the working title “Use of research gaps from systematic reviews to inform research priorities.’
Findings of Bayesian Mixed Treatment Comparison Meta-Analyses: Comparison and Exploration Using Real-World Trial Data and Simulation
he main objectives of this RTI-UNC-CH Evidence-based Practice Center methods project are to contribute to the body of literature on MTC meta-analysis.
The RTI/UNC-CH Evidence-based Practice Center will develop the topic protocol and conduct a systematic review of the existing literature on quality improvement strategies for prescription medication adherence.