Educational Research Project Descriptions
Integrating Patient Centered EHR and HIT Curriculum into BSS Medical Education
PI: Biagioli, F
Total funding to date: $231,229
Building on pilot work conducted during the initial funding interval, OHSU and UTHSCA will collaborate to develop, implement, evaluate and disseminate a comprehensive Electronic Health Record and Health Information Technology (EHR/HIT) curriculum that interfaces with and effectively reinforces behavioral and social sciences learning (BSS).
Preparing the Personal Physician for Practice
PI: Carney, P
Total funding to date: $1,069,938
To assist with translational research in education by representing an observational case series assessment of selected residency programs. Each residency program will systematically enroll cohorts of learners who will be exposed to curricular content and learning approaches that will be innovative and unique.
Integrating Patient Centered EHR and HIT Curriculum into BSS Medical Education Evaluation Supplement
PI: Carney, P
Total funding to date: $149,760
This supplement will create a communications and logistical hub designed to ensure that the activities of the 16-school collaborative are as efficient and synergistic as possible, and conduct common data collection across all schools and selected data collection for some schools designed to assess knowledge attitudes and skills associated with curricular changes in the behavioral and social sciences. Data processing and analytic activities will be conducted to determine how these skills develop over time so this information can be disseminated.
Primary Care Faculty Development Initiative (PCFDI) Demonstration Pilot
PI: Carney, P/Eiff, P
Total funding to date: $458,971
The purpose of this initiative is to begin the dialogue with a dedicated group of faculty who wish to accept the many inherent challenges involved in this personal and professional transformation. The proposal seeks to create a foundation for this change and to foster the development of resource communities of primary care faculty within training institutions. It will accomplish this through focused faculty development in critical skill areas that have been identified as urgent priorities by policy-makers and faculty within the academic communities of the three primary care disciplines of pediatrics, family medicine and internal medicine. More information.
The DATA Initiative
PI: Fields, Scott
Total funding to date: $306,510
The Departments of Family Medicine and Pediatrics will collaborate to improve the institution's system of primary care.
PI: Garvin, R
Total funding to date: $827,913
To instruct and better prepare Family Medicine residents to care for the mental health needs of underserved and vulnerable patients by focusing on patient-centered care principles and community-focused care, emphasizing quality improvement and coordinating systems of care.
PCP Tradition (Primary Care Physicians Take Responsibility for Alcohol and Drug Treatment in Oregon)
PI: Muench, J
Total funding to date: $1,815,048
To create, disseminate, and evaluate a new curriculum promoting substance abuse SBIRT practices in primary care and to incorporate systems changes in the residency clinics to facilitate carrying out of SBIRT practices.
PI: Risser, A
Total funding to date: $749,877
To support the high volume training for residents, to integrate residents into our Comprehensive Reproductive Health Clinic, and to continue training additional faculty as abortion providers and trainers.