Charles Friedman's, PhD and Joshua Rubin's, JD, MBA, MPP, MPH article, "Toward a science of learning systems: a research agenda for the high-functioning Learning Health System", was noted as a Top Ten most-read JAMIA article of 2015.
Martha M. Funnell, MS, RN, CDE, FAADE and Cheryl A. Moyer, MPH, PhD were acknowledged as BMC Health Services Research reviewers for 2015 for their contributions to BMC Volume 15 (2015).
Dr. Karandeep Singh's issue brief, "Developing a Framework for Evaluating the Patient Engagement, Quality, and Safety of Mobile Health Applications", was posted to the Commonwealth Fund website Feb. 18.
Dr. Purkiss recently presented “Conducting Effective Survey Research” at the 2016 National Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellows Conference, in Ann Arbor, on February 28.
DLHS's Health Infrastructures and Learning Systems degree program was featured in a recent article by Healthcare Informatics. The article also mentions the recently launched Learning Health System open access journal. The piece includes mentions Department Chair Dr. Charles Friedman and Professor of Learning Health Sciences Dr. Anne Sales.
Dr. Charles Friedman named one of 20 of America's Best Healthcare Informatics Researchers, Professors and Minds
The PokitDok team recently posted their list of renowned healthcare informatics professionals who they believe continue to play a significant role in the growing field of health informatics.
U-M receives 2-year NIH grant award to collaborate on project to improve diabetes management in black men
Department of Learning Health Sciences faculty member Gretchen Piatt, MPH, PhD will serve as the PI for the U-M subcontract piece of the Michigan State University-based grant. The proposal was funded for $427K over two years by the National Center for Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD).
Kathy O'Connor, MA and Larry Gruppen, PhD will be promoting the Masters in Health Professions Education program at the conference in National Harbor, MD February 25-27.
Department of Learning Health Sciences faculty member Gretchen Piatt, MPH, PhD will serve as a Co-I for the U-M subcontract piece of a Johns Hopkins-based project. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Diversity in Health Policy Research Program funded the project for $750K over 5 years.