Fauth and Tremblay attend NIH conference

Jim Fauth, director of the Center for Research on Psychological Practice, and George Tremblay, core faculty members in the Department of Clinical Psychology, attended the Fourth Annual National Institutes of Health Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation: Policy and Practice, March 21 and 22, in Bethesda, Maryland.

They gave a poster presentation titled “Improving Quality with Practice-based Participatory Research.” The paper introduced a novel practice improvement framework – Practice-Based Participatory Research – and describes its application to improving integrated primary care systems in naturalistic settings.

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