In this month’s TRIbune we feature some exciting developments in implementation science. Geoffrey Curran, Ph.D., and Jeremy Thomas, Pharm.D., are leading newly funded efforts to address critical health care issues for rural residents. Implementation science is a relatively new field that aims to promote the uptake of evidence-based interventions into routine care.
Curran, who leads the UAMS Center for Implementation Research, is also spearheading the TRI-supported Implementation Science Scholars Program, a first at UAMS.
The New TRI Study of the Month highlights Mitch McGill, Ph.D., the principal investigator on an acetaminophen study involving liver cirrhosis patients.
Also included are the latest publications citing TRI support.