There are plenty of good ideas about how to solve complex social problems. One of the major levers is policy. And the people responsible for brokering between local needs and… Read More
Nobody ever said change is easy. Community-level change is our best bet for chipping away at pervasive health inequities, yet each community is nestled inside local, regional and national attitudes,… Read More
The headline is the thesis statement. Do not require answers to survey questions. That is, never make any answer to any question required for completing a survey. Never. Don’t do… Read More
North American Summer is a strange time. We expect things to slow down. We expect fewer meetings because people will be on vacation. Because of that, I wrongly expected that… Read More
People aren’t getting the best stuff. And if we’re not getting the best stuff, then what are we doing here?
Jon talked with Don Webster of TecBridge last week about what PubTrawlr is, why PubTrawlr is, and all the things that we’re trying to accomplish. The transcript below has been… Read More
Look at this graph! Wow. There’s a huge purge going on at the Journals of Cellular Biochemistry and Physiology. That’s over a hundred articles between them!
The dog days of summer can be a blessing to many who straddle the academic world. Here — finally — is the spaciousness to read, write, unwind, upwind, do all… Read More
Laggard – n. One that lags or lingers; a straggler. A few years ago I was working in schools helping to introduce a new behavior management system to teachers. After several months,… Read More
What does recent Twitter say about implementation science? Well, one common thread was that Implementation Practice includes enabling relationship-building, developing a common language, defining roles, and dedicating resources. That was… Read More
No bones about it. We’re getting crushed by the Delta variant of COVID-19. Or, more accurately, the unvaccinated are getting crushed by the Delta variant. This has created a cascade… Read More
Maybe a few days late, but here’s the update on the implementation science discussion on Twitter. Not much commentary from us this week; we’ll save that for the monthly recap…. Read More
Over the past week, a few pieces of information have been stuck in my head. The first is that nearly 99% of all COVID deaths in the United States are… Read More