Iterative Pragmatic Approaches to Guiding and Evaluating Adaptations in Real-World Settings with Examples from the VA
Russell Glasgow, PhD
Borsika Rabin, Pharm.D, PhD, MPH
Seminar date: 9/2/2021
Description: This presentation will provide an overview of concepts and models for adaptations and describe iterative and pragmatic approaches to plan, document, and evaluate adaptations in real-world community and clinical settings. The presenters will describe a methodology on how to use the RE-AIM framework to plan adaptations before implementation and make adaptations mid-course. The presenters will also describe a multi-method approach to documenting and evaluating adaptations in real-world studies. Applications to these methodologies to research within the VA will be presented and discussed.
Target Audience: Researchers and implementers