Medicine20.net User Profile: Michael Sanchez

Michael Sanchez (russ-mike)
National Cancer Institute
 
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Medicine 2.0'11 (Stanford University, USA)

Wiki Approaches to Enhance Reach and Breadth of Stakeholder Involvement in Identification of Practical Patient-Reported Measures for Primary Care
Richard Moser*, Russell E Glasgow, Bradford Hesse

Background There has been substantial investment in and emphasis on the widespread and meaningful use of electronic health records (EHRs). EHRs represent a valuable opportunity to capture standardized data from millions of patient encounters. While this is an advance in patient care and health research, there is a significant problem: currently EHRs fail to capture data reflecting crucial social and behavioral determinants of health. Further, there is no standard way to compare performance a...

Cancer Control P.L.A.N.E.T.: Moving Research into Practice
Michael Sanchez*, Madeline Laporta, Alissa Gallagher, Cynthia Vinson, Russell Glasgow

Background Evidence-based interventions (EBIs) are not broadly implemented into practice despite widespread availability of programs, policies, and guidelines. Systematic processes for integrating evidence-based resources with community preferences and provision of resources and support for public health and community practitioners in the current economic environment are important challenges for cancer control and prevention. Most efforts to date provide online resources to facilitate transl...

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Journal of Medical Internet Research

Engagement in a Diabetes Self-management Website: Usage Patterns and Generalizability of Program Use
Russell Glasgow, Steven M Christiansen, Deanna Kurz, Diane K King, Tim Woolley, Andrew J Faber, Paul A Estabrooks, Lisa Strycker, Deborah Toobert, Jennifer Dickman
J Med Internet Res 2011;13(1):e9

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