Domain definition: To ask meaningful questions relevant to health system stakeholders and evaluate the usefulness of scientific evidence and insights.
General Research Questions Resources
|Developing Research Questions: Research Fundamentals Learning Package Module 1||PowerPoint||Introductory|
Generating Research Questions
Competency defined: Demonstrate the ability to compose feasible and timely research questions and hypotheses, incorporating stakeholder priorities, to generate evidence that informs meaningful clinical and policy decisions.
|Transforming Implementation and Improvement Into Science. Session 1: Identifying Your Implementation & Improvement Sciences Question||PowerPoint||Introductory|
|Fall 2018/2019 Week 6: De-implementation||PowerPoint||Advanced|
|Winter D&I Series 2019 Session 3: Engaging Stakeholders in Implementation Research||PowerPoint||Intermediate|
|Module 5: Study Designs in Implementation Science||Video||Introductory|
|Module 6: Implementation Strategies
|QUERI Implementation Roadmap: Supporting More Rapid Innovation and Sustainability in a Learning Health Care System||Video||Introductory|
|Important Considerations for Research Partnerships in Health Care Settings||Video||Introductory|
|Engaging Stakeholders in Embedded Pragmatic Clinical Trials: Who, Why and How?||Video||Introductory|
Incorporating Stakeholder Perspectives
Competency defined: Demonstrate the ability to engage with all relevant stakeholders (patients, families, clinicians, and system leaders) in the elicitation and prioritization of research questions that address current and future stakeholder need.
Critical Appraisal and Evidence Synthesis
Competency defined: Demonstrate the ability to critically analyze and assess available scientific evidence from peer-reviewed articles, systematic reviews, meta-analyses, and gray literature to identify novel LHS questions and to judge the applicability of the evidence to a local care setting.
|Standards for Reporting Implementation Studies (StaRI) Statement||Readings||Intermediate|
|Health Equity as Foundational to the Design of Pragmatic Trials||PowerPoint||Intermediate|