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The November issue of the Blueprint, the regular Paradigm Project update from AcademyHealth, features a behind-the-scenes glimpse into one Design Team’s challenge, a spotlight on a Learning Community member, and the project’s first published white paper about alternatives to peer review in the research funding process.
In this blog post, AcademyHealth member Beth Prusaczyk explains how the exchange of methods, strategies, and ideas across substantive areas and settings is critical to advancing learning.
The advancement of the health services research enterprise depends heavily on how research funding is allocated. As the field seeks to bolster its relevance for policy and practice, it is instructive to examine the benefits and challenges of peer review and its alternatives as tools in deciding what research to fund.
A member of AcademyHealth’s partner the Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement, Minnesota Community Measurement highlights opportunities for health services researchers to work with organizations like theirs to drive value in health care.
The Blueprint provides regular updates on the Paradigm Project, a concerted, collaborative effort to increase the relevance, timeliness, quality, and impact of health services research (HSR).
Designing a new paradigm for health services research brought more than 120 people to Washington, D.C., in July 2019 for the first meeting of the Paradigm Project.
Research in a special issue sponsored by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality highlights new data insights and capabilities that respond to rapid change in the way researchers, clinicians, patients, policymakers and others use data to transform health care.
This introductory seminar explored effective search, communication, and dissemination strategies and provided an overview of resources publicly available through the National Library of Medicine for public health and health services and policy researchers to use in their work.
AcademyHealth member Lindsay Allen shares key takeaways from her presentation on academic success at this year’s Annual Research Meeting, including practical advice on research, teaching, and service.