Thegoal of this research project is to examine suicidality screening and its impacton suicide attempts and patient care, including evaluating the outcome ofsystem-wide implementation of standardized inpatient suicidality screening in2019.
Kristen M.J. Azar, R.N., BSN, MSN/MPH
Multilevel Study of Lung Cancer Screening Guidelines Implementation (MUST)
Provide insights into preventive services for lung cancer. This research will contribute to the concurrent progress in lung cancer screening with LDCT.
Investigator: Jiang Li, Ph.D., MPH
Does the Medicare Preventive Visit Coverage Benefit Seniors With Multiple Chronic Conditions?
We will assess the impact of covered preventive visits among Medicare beneficiaries using electronic health records data from PAMF, between 2006 and 2015.
Enhancing Physician, Clinician, and Staff Joy of Work Through Well-being Research
Goal is to improve clinician and staff well-being by understanding predictors of well-being and impact of system changes on burnout.
Teen Lifestyle Balance: Obesity Management and Prevention in Primary Care
The goal of this project is to adapt an evidence-based group lifestyle intervention for adults (the Group Lifestyle Balance curriculum) for overweight and obese PAMF adolescent patients and to identify the most effective method of delivering this new intervention to this patient population.
Investigator: Kristen M.J. Azar, R.N., BSN, MSN/MPH
Strength Training Regimen for Normal Weight Diabetics (STRONG-D) Study
The goal of the STRONG-D Study is to determine the best exercise regimen for normal-weight diabetics by comparing three exercise intervention arms.
New Weigh of Life Program Evaluation
This goal of this study is to translating evidence to practice in the New Weight of Life Program for adult weight management and diabetes prevention.
Can diet- and exercise-induced weight loss improve asthma control in obese adults?
This trial investigates the efficacy of a state-of-the-art behavioral weight loss intervention in improving asthma control for obese adult patients.
A Pilot Study of the DASH Diet in Not-Well-Controlled Adult Asthma
This study evaluates the feasibility and potential efficacy of adopting the DASH eating pattern to improve asthma control among adults with uncontrolled asthma.
WAY-2-GO! Preteen Family
Evaluation of health assessment tool for children & families. Includes free preventive health screenings, follow-up and aggregate data for participating schools
Accelerating Adoption of Comparative Effectiveness Research Results with Patient Decision Support Interventions
This study evaluates decision support interventions that help men make informed decisions along the continuum of prostate cancer care.