Thursday, March 31, 2016
Present: Nancy Gell, Juvena Hitt, Kairn Kelley, Ben Littenberg, Gail Rose, Connie van Eeghen
Start Up: Judy Shaw is seeking PIs…. Let her know if you’re interested!
1. Discussion: Ben provided a draft of a poster “Variability in the Implementation of Integrated Behavioral Health” for NAPCRG (North American Primary Care Research Group)
a. Audience: academic clinicians with an interest in translational science
i. Typos corrected – thank you!
ii. Make the order of lowest scoring items match between bar chart and list. Consider remapping y axis to a scale of 0-100 and extend the range of the y-axis to its max.
iii. Reorder the x axis of the box plot graph
iv. Add QR code for PIP
v. Acknowledge other team members
vi. There are no few items that tell the whole story; all 30 items contribute
1. Factor analyses showed that dropping items reduces discrimination
vii. There is no consensus on “passing grade” of integration
viii. Identify the p values for significant differences between subgroups
ix. Consider reformatting the box plots to compare within domain (rather than within type of practice)
x. Consider adding color, means, and labels to the handout to match the bar graph. Consider adding on watermark to the handout to identify the PIP version used.
xi. Change 2nd aim to focus on variability among items in the PIP; test for significance among items
c. Ben to revise and update.
a. April 7, 2016: Nancy Gell on grant proposal
b. April 14, 2016: Marianne?
c. April 21, 2016: no Connie, Kairn
d. April 28, 2016: Marianne?
Posted by Connie at 3/31/2016 08:26:00 PM