Track E: Working With Communities to Promote Wide Use of Best Practice

AHRQ 2011 Annual Conference

Slide presentations from the AHRQ 2011 conference.

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The Power of Maps: Exploring the Frontiers of Geospatial Analysis to Address Health Equity (Session 75)

The Power of Maps: Exploring the Frontiers of Geospatial Analysis to Address Health Equity (PowerPoint® File, 3.3 MB; Web Version)
Andrew Bazemore

Using GIS to Evaluate the Social Determinants of Health (PowerPoint® File, 6.8 MB; Web Version)
Mike Dulin

The Power of Maps: Exploring the Frontiers of Geospatial Analysis to Address Health Equity (PowerPoint® File, 2.1 MB; Web Version)
Lee Mobley

State Initiatives to Measure and Reduce Disparities in Health Care (Session 43)

State Documentation of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities to Inform Strategic Action ( PowerPoint® File, 2.6 MB; Web Version)
Carrie Hanlon

Maryland's Approach to Racial and Ethnic Minority Health Data Analysis and Reporting (PowerPoint® File, 940 KB; Web Version)
David Mann

New Mexico's Racial and Ethnic Disparities Report Card (PowerPoint® File, 160 KB; Web Version)
Vicky Howell

Insights AHRQ Peer Review Process: Update of AHRQ Scientific Review Process and New Study Section Alignment (Session 48)

Insights from the AHRQ Peer Review Process (PowerPoint® File, 80 KB; Web Version)
Denise Tate

NGC/NQMC: Using NGC and NQMC in Research (Session 4)

Using the AHRQ National Quality Measures Clearinghouse™ to Assess Diabetes Quality Measurement (PowerPoint® File, 125 KB; Web Version)
Brian Leas

Top Ten Innovative Health Care Ideas to Improve Clinical Practice in Primary Care (Session 17)

Top 10 Innovations in Primary Care (in the Past Year) (PowerPoint® File, 2.1 MB; Web Version)
Robert Dachs and Mark Graber

Effective Health Care Session: Spotlight on Reproductive Endocrine and Gynecological Comparative Effectiveness Research Topics (Session 16)

Challenges in Evidence Synthesis for Gynecologic Care (PowerPoint® File, 130 KB; Web Version)
Katherine Hartmann

Research on the Comparative Management of Uterine Fibroid Disease (PowerPoint® File, 135 KB; Web Version)
Michelle Bertagna Leavy

The Menstrual Cycle as an Indicator of Overall Health (PowerPoint® File, 9 MB; Web Version)
Larry Nelson

Reducing Health Disparities Through Research and Translation Programs (Session 47)

Reducing Health Disparities Through Research & Translation Programs (PowerPoint® File, 1.4 MB; Web Version)
Francis Chesley, Jr.

Reducing Disparities through Research and Translation Programs: A Focus on Researchers and Their Actions (PowerPoint® File, 2 MB; Web Version)
Debra Perez

Reducing Disparities through Research and Translation (PowerPoint® File, 1.1 MB; Web Version)
Sue Swenson

Implementing AHRQ's Tools in the Field: Successes and Lessons Learned (Session 83)

Implementing AHRQ's Tools in the Field: Successes and Lessons Learned (PowerPoint® File, 6.5 MB; Web Version)
Bonnie Ohri

Learning Networks AHRQ Annual Conference (PowerPoint® File, 810 KB; Web Version)
Margie Shofer

Innovative Adaptation and Dissemination of AHRQ Comparative Effectiveness Research Products: Developing Strategies for Implementation and Evaluation (Session 10)

RE-AIM Plus To Evaluate Effective Dissemination of AHRQ CER Products (PowerPoint® File, 2 MB; Web Version)
Michele Heisler

Improving Decision-Making for Medications in Rheumatoid Arthritis (PowerPoint® File, 345 KB; Web Version)
Ed Yelin, Jennifer Barton, Laura Trupin, and Gina Evans-Young

Evaluating Dissemination of AHRQ CER Products (PowerPoint® File, 400 KB; Web Version)
Darren Mays

Using RE-AIM to Evaluate Encourage-2: A Cluster-randomized Trial in Rural Alabama Funded under the iADAPT Opportunity (PowerPoint® File, 115 KB; Web Version)
Monika Safford

Innovative Adaptation and Dissemination of AHRQ Comparative Effectiveness Research Products (iADAPT): Developing Strategies for Implementation and Evaluation (PowerPoint® File, 700 KB; Web Version)
Catherine Cravens

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Internet Citation: Track E: Working With Communities to Promote Wide Use of Best Practice: AHRQ 2011 Annual Conference. March 2012. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/news/events/conference/2011/tracke.html