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Cara Lewis
Associate Investigator Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute
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Cara Lewis Aug 22
Rockstar! Such important work. Congrats Dr!!
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Cara Lewis Aug 22
Check out this new tool: Designing high-quality implementation research: development, application, feasibility and preliminary evaluation of the implementation science research development (ImpRes) tool and guide | Implementation Science | Full Text
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Cara Lewis Aug 22
Scientists in the community are so generous. Thanks for sharing your ideas and thanks to for curating them.
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Cara Lewis Aug 20
I appreciated ’s set of parameters for locating oneself in each of the disciplinary spaces. Always fascinates me how different people approach this intersection!
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Cara Lewis Aug 20
Wow. Too kind! I told y’all I had the best colleagues!
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Cara Lewis Aug 19
Loved the opportunity to talk with you today, about the intersection of and . So helpful to hear your conceptualization of the two fields and your work in this interesting interstitial space. See you at &I in December!
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Cara Lewis Aug 19
Debra Kaysen is hands down one of the most talented and compassionate clinical psychologists with whom I have ever worked. So pleased that this podcast will give the world another window into her outstanding work.
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Cara Lewis Aug 19
Self-imposed most certainly. Once he arrives the guilt will be squashed w joy.
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Cara Lewis Aug 18
Being 38 weeks pregnant and trying to set up projects for a proper maternity leave! Guilt-ridden w burden on others, but there’s no other way... Fortunately, I have some of the best colleagues.
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Cara Lewis Aug 17
It is! At least that was one of the many lofty ideas we had at that meeting.
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Cara Lewis Aug 16
Replying to @emcatwil1 @uwsph and 2 others
Congrats! Rockstar team!
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Aaron Lyon, PhD Aug 11
AND an intro to designs in by et al.! ANOTHER great resource that I expect will be referenced frequently. If you are an researcher and you’re not at least doing type 1, why not?
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Cara Lewis Aug 6
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Cara Lewis Aug 6
This paper was a fun extension of in an effort to close the gap between quantitative methods that are and those that should be in use. Such a treat to write with such good friends!
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Bianca Albers Aug 4
Call for input on this : ! We - and myself - are looking for unpublished studies evaluating interventions to scale up effective social welfare programs. Please DM us!
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Bechara Choucair Aug 1
For 24 hours, journalists were immersed in the city’s crisis, observing the unforgiving cycle of suffering & hope experienced by those living on the streets. This powerful piece highlights the need for
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SIRC Jul 31
Interested in ? Come to beautiful and join us for the in September!!! Register now:
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Cara Lewis Jul 30
Look at these ! Through the course of my first R01 I have had the distinct pleasure of watching these amazing researchers take on the world moving from undergrad to masters to PhD to post doc to faculty.
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Julie Richards Jul 26
Published today: "If You Listen, I Will Talk: the Experience of Being Asked About Suicidality During Routine Primary Care" by researchers &
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SMART Center Jul 23
We are recruiting two -funded postdoctoral fellows to join our team, beginning in the 2020 academic year. Come work with us on , , , & much more! Applications are due Nov 1st!
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