See the publications from the EvidenceNOW Midwest Cooperative!
Design of healthy hearts in the heartland (H3): A practice-randomized, comparative effectiveness study. Jody …Read More
In December 2017, the Annals of Internal Medicine published an NIH-funded systematic review and meta-analysis of 8 strategies to control high blood pressure. Basing their analysis on 121 comparisons …Read More
While practices vary widely by many factors, they have in common a strong commitment to providing the best possible care to the 8 million people they serve …Read More
See the publications from the EvidenceNOW Virginia Cooperative!
National Academy for State Health Policy. Primary Care Provider Burnout: Implications for States & Strategies for Mitigation. Jennifer Reck …Read More
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JABFM: Health Extension and Clinical and Translational Science: An Innovative Strategy for Community Engagement. Arthur Kaufman, MD, Robert L. Rhyne …Read More
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Implementation Science: Study protocol for “Healthy Hearts Northwest”: a 2 × 2 randomized factorial trial to build quality improvement capacity in primary care. Michael L. Parchman, Lyle J. Fagan, David A. Dorr, Peggy Evans, Andrea J. Cook, Robert …Read More
See the publications from the EvidenceNOW New York City Cooperative!
Implementation Science: Testing the use of practice facilitation in a cluster randomized stepped-wedge design trial to improve adherence to cardiovascular disease prevention guidelines: HealthyHearts NYC. Donna R. Shelley, Gbenga Ogedegbe, Sheila Anane, Winfred …Read More
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I was getting ready this week to go to Helsinki to teach our annual short-course on chronic disease prevention, and looking over the recent work done by my colleagues in Finland …
See the publications from the EvidenceNOW North Carolina Cooperative!
Implementation Science: Advancing heart health in North Carolina primary care: the Heart Health NOW study protocol. Bryan J. Weiner, Michael P. Pignone, C. Annette DuBard, Ann Lefebvre, Janet …Read More