CATALyST Works-in-Progress (WIP) meetings take place on the second and fourth Monday of each month from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm. Anyone is welcome to attend. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all WIP meetings are currently conducted virtually. This website will be updated once in-person events recommence.
WIP meetings are a fundamental component of this Learning Health System (LHS) scholar program. During these gatherings, CATALyST scholars present their research and leverage the expertise of mentors and other WIP attendees for guidance. Additionally, subject matter experts from the multitude of disciplines involved in LHS science frequently present at CATALyST WIPs and are available to attendees for discussion and questions.
Monday, July 26th 2:00-3:30pm
TOPIC: Roadmap to Operationalize and Evaluate Impact in a Learning Health System: KPWHRI’s Dr. Paula Lozano and Claire Allen, both long-standing LHS researchers, will present and lead an interactive session outlining the key steps and strategies for executing and measuring the effects of learning health system research.
Monday, August 9th 2:00-3:30pm
TOPIC: CATALyST scholar Gwen Lapham, PhD, MSW, will give her final presentation about the Adolescent Mental Health Integration project that has been the focal point of her research as a CATALyST scholar. Dr. Lapham is scheduled to graduation from CATALyST in December.
Monday, August 23rd 2:00-3:30pm
TOPIC: Dr. Rita Mangione-Smith, a longtime health care researcher and the Executive Director of KPWHRI, will present and lead a discussion about the process of conducting quality improvement activities within a health system.
Monday, September 13th 2:00-3:30pm
TOPIC: CATALyST scholar and UW faculty member Maggie Ramirez, PhD, MS, will furnish updates on her research aimed at developing tools for Latinx caregivers of people with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia.
Monday, September 27th 2:00-3:30pm
TOPIC: CATALyST scholar and Seattle Children’s faculty member, Kendra Liljenquist, PhD, MPH, will present an update on her research, which is based at the Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic and focused on improving the primary care system’s identification of and referrals for children with developmental deficits.
United States, Los Angeles (Toll)
Conference ID: 237 856 588#
Contact: Susan Brandzel
CATALyST Program Administrator
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