UPCOMING: January 28, 2021 – 4:00-5:00pm EST
Implementing the PAVS in Your Health System: A Panel Discussion
In October 2020, the RLC hosted the webinar “PAVS 101: Assessing Patient Physical Activity Levels”, which provided an in-depth examination into how the physical activity vital sign (PAVS) was integrated into the Intermountain Health System over a decade ago. Building on this webinar, this panel discussion will feature Drs. Keri Denay (University of Michigan), Cindy Lin (University of Washington), and Cayce Onks (Penn State University) who describe how they recently helped integrate the PAVS into their health systems!
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- December 2020: Early Career Investigator Small Group Mentoring
This mentoring session provided guidance to early career investigators interested in doing EIM-related research, such as integrating physical activity into health systems, working with clinicians, and connecting patients to community-based physical activity resources. The session was geared towards graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and early career investigatorsand featured five research mentors (Michael Pratt and Sarah Linke – UCSD, NiCole Keith – IUPUI, Patricia Heyn – University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, and Mark Stoutenberg – Temple University) who met with attendees in small breakout sessions. Due to the nature of the small group, breakout sessions, we were unable to record the proceedings from this event to publicly share.
- October 2020: PAVS 101: Assessing Patient Physical Activity Levels
Drs. Liz Joy (Intermountain Health) and Trever Ball (Northwell Health) examine the initial integration of physical activity assessment into the Intermountain Health electronic health record system and the subsequent data extraction and analysis.
- August 2020: Evaluating the implementation of physical activity in health settings
The first webinar for the EIM Research Learning Collaborative was led by Paul Estabrooks, Ph.D., a renowned expert in implementation science and one of the original pioneers of the RE-AIM framework. Dr. Estabrooks reviewed key points from his recent EIM publication, providing an overview on how to evaluate the integration of physical activity in health systems and addressed participant questions.
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