^ John Westfall, MD was the original principal investigator for this project. Larry Green, MD was the second principal investigator for this project.
Through limited competition, PCORI awarded 25 of the 50 Pilot Projects up to $50,000 to support dissemination and implementation of their activities and findings through the PCORI Pilot Project Learning Network (PPPLN) funding. The deliverables listed below are a result of convenings and conferences supported by this funding, whose efforts align with the PCORI strategic goal of disseminating information and encouraging adoption of PCORI-funded research results.
Period: November 2015 to February 2016
Presented 9 sessions at the NAPCRG 2015 Annual Meeting
- SRF17 Boot Camp Translation: Translating Biobank Jargon Into Patient-Centered Language
- OT11 Check Your Sugar, Check Your Mood
- OT14 Improving Mental Health in Rural Communities Using Appreciative Inquiry and Boot Camp Translation
- OT15 Testing and Disseminating a Tool for Community Engagement in Research: The Boot Camp Translation Process
- OT22 Mixed-Method Assessment of Self-Management Support Tool Implementation: A Report From the INSTTEPP Trial
- OT23 Disseminating Boot Camp Translation Among MetaLARC Networks Through INSTTEPP
- OT24 Successful Impact on SMS Care Using a Boot Camp Translation Intervention: A Report From the INSTTEPP Trial
- OT25 Translating Self-Management Support Tools into Family Medicine Practices: A Report From Meta-LARC
- WS50 Boot Camp Translation: A Tool to Engage Patients and Communities in Health Research
Presented 5 sessions at the NAPCRG PBRN 2015 Conference
Transforming Community-Based Research on the High Plains - A narrative about a "Boot Camp Translation" project in Colorado that makes evidence-based recommendations accessible for diverse communities.
VIDEO: High Plains Research Network
Maret Felzein and her husband Ned Norman, discuss a campaign aimed at lowering blood pressure in Colorado.