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Leveraging Mobile Health (mHealth) Solutions for Health Services Research (HSR) Session 4

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Level 101 Availability Free
Professional Development

Leveraging Mobile Health (mHealth) Solutions for Health Services Research (HSR) Session 3

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Level 101 Availability Free
Professional Development

Leveraging Mobile Health (mHealth) Solutions for Health Services Research (HSR) Session 2

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Level 101 Availability Free
Professional Development

Improving Public Health Research by Making the Most of Participatory Approaches

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Level 101 Availability Free
Professional Development

Leveraging Mobile Health (mHealth) Solutions for Health Services Research (HSR) Session 1

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Level 101 Availability Free
Professional Development

Community-Based Participatory Research: Strategies for Reducing Health Disparities

This introductory-level session will provide an overview of community-based participatory research (CBPR), an increasingly used approach of researchers collaborating with communities to ethically and effectively design research to address health disparities. Nina Wallerstein, Dr.P.H. and Lorenda Belone, Ph.D. from the RWJF Center for Health Policy and the Center for Participatory Research, Department of Family and Community Medicine, at the University of New Mexico, along with one of their Tribal Partners, will present CBPR definitions and principles, the rationale for using this approach, as well as issues, challenges, and strategies for effective CBPR. Examples will be presented of the process of conducting CBPR, including research design and measurement, and its potential for achieving mutually beneficial outcomes, within communities and within University practices. 
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Level 101 Availability Free
Professional Development

Introduction to Case Studies: A Public Health Methods Seminar

This webinar features best practices when conducting case studies. Topics include an overview of the proper use of case studies, focusing on applied examples from public health. The session is intended for both researchers and practitioners. Those with training in qualitative research, including case studies, are encouraged to participate in order to refresh their knowledge of current best practices.
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Level 101 Availability Free
Professional Development

Introduction to HSR Methods Seminar Series: Part I & II

This two-part series provides an overview of the fundamentals of health services research (HSR).  The series addresses how to read and evaluate important studies in HSR, with attendtion to HSR's role guiding evidence-based health care practice and policy. Part I discusses how to identify appropriate research designs for descriptive, exploratory, and confirmatory analyses and how to asses the merit of existing studies to inform evidence-based practice and policy. Part II reviews the core analytic tools that support quality and performance measurement for health care systems improvement efforts. Level: 101. Format: On-demand, streaming presentation (Adobe Flash Player required). Duration: 90 Minutes.
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Professional Development

Best Practices in Designing and Analyzing Internet Surveys for HSR

This session will provide an overview of the strengths and limitations of using internet surveys for health services research, and best practices when analyzing and writing about data from internet surveys. Mixed mode approaches using internet surveys will also be discussed. Faculty: John Bremer, Harris Interactive Inc.
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HSR Methods Terminology: Key Definitions and Synonyms

This session will provide an overview of key terms used in health services research (HSR).
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