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Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

View the article

Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

Pages

Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

View the article

Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

Pages

Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

View the article

Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

Pages

Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

View the article

Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

Pages

Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

View the article

Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

Pages

Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

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This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

View the article

Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

Pages

Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

View the article

Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

Pages

Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

View the article

Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

Pages

Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

View the article

Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

Pages

Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

View the article

Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

Pages

Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

View the article

Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

Pages

Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

View the article

Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

Pages

Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

View the article

Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

Pages

Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

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Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

View the article

Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

Pages

Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

View the article

Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

Pages

Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

View the article

Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

Pages

Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

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Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

Pages

Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

View the article

Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

Pages

Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

View the article

Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

Pages

Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

View the article

Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

Pages

Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

View the article

Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

Pages

Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

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Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

View the article

Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

Pages

Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

View the article

Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

Pages

Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

View the article

Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

Pages

Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

View the article

Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

Pages

Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

View the article

Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

Pages

Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

View the article

Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

Pages

Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

View the article

Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

Pages

Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit available on HIPxChange

dance-like-you-ve-never-danced-beforeThe Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) Toolkit contains guidelines and resources for conducting a needs-and-assets assessment and for choosing strategies to strengthen your community’s support network and help older adults thrive.

Although the toolkit was designed primarily for use by rural communities, other communities will also find this guide useful, as the steps to needs assessment, asset gathering and strategy making are similar across communities.

This toolkit was developed by researchers and clinicians (Co-Principal Investigators: Barbara Bowers PhD, RN, FAAN and Kim Nolet MS) at the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing Center for Aging Research and Education.

Toolkits for CTSA Program Leaders: Developing D&I and Community-Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) has developed comprehensive Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) resources to support the translational research process. A recent publication in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Science describes the essential role of stakeholder engagement in the evolution of the UW ICTR Community and Collaboration (C&Cn) component and its nationally acclaimed D&I Launchpad program.

2020 WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly presentations now available on HIPxChange

rururbdispreport2020_report20cover-8748931The 2020 Wisconsin Health Disparities Report: Rural and Urban Populations was released at the WCHQ Health Disparities Assembly meeting on November 12, 2020. The assembly featured urban and rural perspectives on health disparities from experts in their fields: HIP Investigator, Jennifer Weiss, MD, MS and Matt Gigot, MPH, presented the findings from the 2020 report and Malia Jones, PhD, MPH presented her research on social and spatial determinants of health at the population level.

Catalyst Films about Health Experiences Guidebook available through HIPxChange

doctors20watching20catalyst20film-9320866Catalyst films are short films made of narratives – interviews of people discussing their health experiences and experiences receiving health care – designed to ensure that an improvement, co-design or educational process includes health experiences and to catalyze meaningful and active participation of patients in activities. They are both a patient engagement/co-design method and a participatory visual method.

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-togetherThe University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

New Christie Bartels publication featured by Wiley

christie_bartels-2949010A new publication by Dr. Christie Bartels was recently featured in a press release by Wiley. Although smoking increases symptoms and health risks for patients with rheumatic diseases, interventions to help patients quit are rarely available at rheumatology clinics.

In this article, authors implemented a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL). The group found that implementing Quit Connect in rheumatology clinics was feasible and improved referrals to a state-run TQL.

View the article

Core Principles and Tools for Implementing Collaborative Care toolkit on HIPxChange

men-s-health-exam-with-doctor-or-psychiatrist-working-with-patient-having-consultation-on-diagnostic-examination-on-male-disease-or-mental-illness-in-medical-clinic-or-hospital-mental-health-serviceWhile Collaborative Care is a proven solution to this crisis, implementing it in any medical system exposes unexpected challenges. As an implementation group shapes a Collaborative Care model to fit their local environment, there is no systematic method to determine which parts of the model can be modified or where flexibility might undermine success.

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