Presentations

2017 North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Conference 
Montreal Canada. November 2017.

  • Provision of continuing medical education as a means of engaging practices to implement workflow changes and a patient portal to promote preventive care. (Krist)
  • Group learning activity as preamble to practice engagement for a transformation initiative: a Heart of Virginia Healthcare report. (Kuzel)
  • The influence of organizational readiness to change on primary care practices’ engagement in practice transformation efforts for quality improvement. (Kuzel)
  • The influence of organizational Readiness to change on primary care practices’ engagement in practice transformation efforts for quality improvement. (Soylu)
  • Evaluating provider knowledge of geospatial distribution of clinic service areas. (Rock)
  • Understanding loneliness in primary care. (Mullen)
  • Understanding the patient, clinician, practice and health system factors influencing clinical practice guideline implementation. (Tong)
  • Community assessment and stakeholder engagement for dementia care in northwestern Virginia. (Carpenter)
  • Testing the efficacy of telephone‐based early childhood developmental screening and care coordination through 2‐1‐1. (Nelson)
  • Stakeholder defined quality in primary care. (Etz)
  • Characteristics of early career family physicians providing buprenorphine treatment. (Tong)
  • Engaging low income patients online with personalized educational material to promote evidence‐based preventive care: preliminary results from a national practice‐level randomized controlled trial. (Krist)
  • Association between practice ownership or affiliation with baseline performance on addressing cardiovascular risk factors and capacity for managing change in primary care: a Heart of Virginia Healthcare report. (Kuzel)
  • Primary care physicians’ perspectives about the use of antipsychotics and other medications for symptoms of dementia. (Kerns)
  • Barriers and facilitators to implementing a diabetes registry in 14 primary care practices. (Keith)
  • Individual‐and community‐level data on the social determinants of health to improve care and reduce inequities. (Pinto)
  • Screening for social needs in primary care: clinician experiences from a pilot study. (Tong)

2017 NAPCRG Practice Based Research Network Conference
Bethesda MD. June 2017.

  • Qualitative methods for identifying reasons behind missed well-child care visits. (Wolf)
  • Integrating population health and clinical data to understand the characteristics of patients receiving opioid prescriptions from primary care clinicians. (Tong)
  • Addressing Social Determinants of Health in Primary Care: Piloting Social Needs Screening in the Virginia Ambulatory Outcomes Research Network (Rozman)
  • The Feasibility of Obesity Management Embedded in Primary Care Practice: Can We Tackle the Obesity Epidemic in the Office Setting? (Jones)

2016 North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Conference 
Colorado Springs CO. November 2016.

  • Observed variations in the social determinants of health between practices within a health system. (Krist)
  • Addressing the opioid epidemic with the primary care workforce. (Tong)
  • Addiction medicine curricula in family medicine residencies: A CERA Study. (Tong)
  • Engaging patients, clinicians, and care coordinators to understand how primary care can use public health data. (Krist)
  • Emergency department visits in the setting of available same-day services – the patient perspective. (Larson)

2016 NAPCRG Practice Based Research Network Conference
Bethesda MD. July 2016

  • Primary care measures that matter to front line clinicians. (Etz)
  • Stakeholder engagement to understanding relevance of Virginia’s opioid use epidemic to primary care practices. (Tong)
  • Integrating public health and clinical data to inform primary care practices. (Krist)
  • Using electronic health record data and health information technology to support research in PBRNs. (Aycock)

2016 Other Presentations

  • Integrating addiction medicine into family medicine residency training: A National Survey. Addiction Health Services Research Conference. Seattle WA. October 2016. (Tong)
  • Engaging patients online through patient portals. Office of the National Coordinator State Health Information Exchange Grantee Webinar. Online. May 2016. (Krist)
  • Integrating public health and clinical data to inform primary care practices. (Krist)
  • Iterative target audience input to develop videos addressing test-specific colorectal cancer screening barriers. The Cancer and Primary Care Research Network. Edinburgh Scotland. April 2016. (Jones)

2015 North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Conference  
Cancun Mexico. October 2015

  • How patients approach decisions about cancer screening outside the clinical setting. (Woolf)
  • Engaging patients in cancer screening decision-making through health information technology. (Krist)
  • Crowd-sourcing virtual communities of front line clinicians to identify potential “primary Care measures that matter.” (Etz)
  • MyPreventiveCare: Associations between the adoption and implementation of health information technology in the delivery of evidence-based preventive care. (Aycock)
  • Essential infrastructure support for patient and community engaged research. (Kashiri)
  • Change in Prostate Cancer Screening Practice after New USPSTF Recommendations. (Krist)
  • A method of studying patients’ journeys in decisions about cancer screening. (Woolf)