The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice hosts a number of seminars to promote collaboration and shared learning at Dartmouth and with the broader health care research community.
In-person: Dartmouth faculty and staff
The Dartmouth Institute's Health Policy Workshops encourage faculty members and staff with a common interest in a particular policy issue to engage in a research-based policy discussions. These sessions bring a variety of disciplinary perspectives to focus on a particular problem and foster a broader understanding of the theoretical and methodological issues involved in understanding the problem.These sessions are not broadcast online. In-person attendance is limited to Dartmouth Institute faculty and staff.
TDI Research in Progress Forum
The purpose of the Research in Progress Forum is to serve as a seminar where researchers can gather to discuss, collaborate, and learn from each other about on-going work. Presenters will vary from junior to senior faculty to staff and will include invited speakers from time to time. Content will also vary from research early in development to research nearing completion to overviews of ongoing work by theme area. The series will generally be held on the 2nd and 4th Fridays at noontime, with an occasional change to accommodate extraordinary scheduling demands.
- Friday, March 24 Jon Lurie “The Center for the Translation of Engineering Advances and Technologies (TREAT)”
- Friday, April 14 Erica Moen
- Friday, May 12 Duncan Maru-Harvard
- Friday, May 26-Open
- Friday, June 9 -Open
- Friday, June 23 Isabelle Scholl
- Friday, September 23 Lucy Savitz (Scholar Talk) “The Learning Healthcare System: Theoretical Underpinnings & Practical Applications”
- Friday, October 14 Orit Karnieli-Miller " Three's a crowd? In-depth exploration of triadic communication of breaking bad news encounters "
- Friday, October 28 Nancy Morden “Improving Quality, Access & Efficiency: Innovation at Primary & Specialty Interface: eConsults & Enhanced Referrals at Dartmouth Hitchcock”
- Thursday, November 9 George Thibault "The Case for Interprofessional Education and the Role of Nursing"
- Wednesday, Nov 30 Mike Barry/Phil Goodney- "A randomized trial testing decision support strategies in high-risk surgery
- Friday, December 9 Brook Martin “Web-enabled content management service to facilitate surveillance for multi-center longitudinal clinical and registry research studies: used in the PEPPER trial”
- Friday, January, 13, 2017 Isabelle Scholl “ Organizational-level factors in the implementation of shared decision-making in routine cancer care – an international perspective."
- Friday, January 27 Laleh Talebian “ReThink Health: UCRV Community Health Hub”
- Friday, February 10 Erica Spatz-Yale "New Policies for Shared Decision Making. And Informed Consent?"
- Friday, March 10 Leila Agha "Causes and Consequences of Fragmented Care Delivery: Theory, Evidence, and Public Policy"
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