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Evaluating the Impact of Telepsychiatry

M. Courtney Hughes, PhD | September 20, 2018 | Research Partner: Genoa Healthcare

Topics: Analytics, Behavioral Health

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Examination of a Sepsis Quality Improvement Program

Examining the impact of a sepsis quality improvement program at an integrated healthcare system.

M. Courtney Hughes, PhD | September 20, 2018 | Research Partner: Trinity Health

Topics: Acute Care, Analytics

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The Impact of Training Modalities on Registered Behavior Technician™ (RBT)® Exam Pass Rate and Job Readiness

This study explored what training modalities and length of training are currently being used and which are best at preparing staff to pass the RBT Exam and to apply their new skills on the job.

Emaley McCulloch, M.Ed., BCBA | July 16, 2018

Topics: Applied Behavior Analysis, Current, eLearning Technologies, Registered Behavior Technician, Survey Research, Training Modalities

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Spaced Learning (Brain Sparks®) on Employee Retention of HIPAA Practices

The Impacts of Scenario-based Online Training and Retrieval-based Learning on Health Care Professionals’ ability to Identify HIPAA Violations in Social Media.

Emaley McCulloch, M.Ed., BCBA | July 13, 2018 | Research Partner: One Hope United; Lutheran Child and Family Services

Topics: eLearning Technologies, Learning Retention, Scenario-Based Learning

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Scenario-Based Training and Teaching Safe Eating Practices

The impact of online scenario-based training on direct support professionals’ implementation of safe eating and drinking practices with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities

Emaley McCulloch, M.Ed., BCBA | June 1, 2018 | Research Partner: Easter Seals Southern California

Topics: Blended Learning, Current, Developmental Disabilities, eLearning Technologies, Past, Safety and Quality, Staff and Patient Safety

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Evaluation of the Manitoba IMP℞OVE Program

Testing an audit-feedback program for physicians prescribing mental health medications

Dan Chateau, PhD | May 23, 2018

Topics: Analytics, Prescription Practices, University of Manitoba

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Predicting Successful Nursing Performance

This article describes the creation and validation of 3 assessments measuring situational, clinical, and behavioral skills among nurses, demonstrating that these measures have the potential to identify nursing applicants that will perform average or above average on the job. These assessments are offered through Relias Assessments.

James E. Kuthy | February 19, 2018 | Research Partner: Biddle Consulting

Topics: Acute Care, Adaptive Learning, Assessments, eLearning Technologies

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Hiring Right, Every Time

Using prehire assessments to hire highly qualified nurses who have a full spectrum of knowledge, interpersonal skills, and technological competence.

James Higgins, Ed.D. | October 25, 2017 | Research Partner: Biddle Consulting Group

Topics: Acute Care, Ambulatory Care, Assessments, Hiring, Nurse onboarding, Past, Prehire assessment, Staff Retention

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The Impact of Comprehensive Cultural Competency Training on Learner Knowledge, Attitudes, and Skills

There is a proven link between culturally competent care and improved patient outcomes. How can elearning affect health care professional cultural competence?

M. Courtney Hughes, PhD | October 12, 2017

Topics: Cultural Competence, elearning, eLearning Technologies, Staff Training

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The Effects of an Online Training Course on Health Professionals’ Knowledge of Urinary Tract Infection Prevention

This study will examine whether an online training will significantly improve learner’s knowledge UTI prevention, and improve facility UTI rates.

Elise Valdes, PhD | September 28, 2017 | Research Partner: AgeMark

Topics: eLearning Technologies, Infection Control, Online Training, Senior Care, Upcoming, Urinary Tract Infections

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The Impact on Health and Cost Outcomes of Online Training in Integrated Care for Behavioral Health Professionals

Examining the impact of online training in integrated care for behavioral health professionals on patient health and cost outcomes.

Lesley Manson Psy.D. | April 20, 2017 | Research Partner: Monarch, Arizona State University

Topics: Ambulatory Care, Behavioral Health, Blended Learning, eLearning Technologies, Integrated Care, Relias Category Post, Upcoming

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The Impact of an Online Smoking Cessation Training on Quit Readiness, Planning, and Success Among Nurses

Examining whether on online smoking cessation training course significantly increases quit planning among nurses.

Erin Vernon PhD | April 20, 2017 | Research Partner: Seattle University

Topics: Employee Wellness, Nurse Health, Smoking Cessation, Upcoming

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Evaluating Learner Motivation, Engagement and Retention

The Impact of Story-Based Back Injury Prevention Video Training on Learner Motivation, Engagement, and Retention

Emaley McCulloch, M.Ed., BCBA | December 6, 2016 | Research Partner: Edgewood Management Group, Creative Solutions in Healthcare

Topics: Current, elearning, Learner Motivation, Retention, Staff and Patient Safety

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Social Validity of Simulation Training Among Nurses

A Comparative Effectiveness Study: Comparing a Simulation-Based Online Training, Traditional Online Course, and a Combined Course on Health Care Professional’s Knowledge Regarding Preventing Rehospitalizations

Elise Valdes, PhD | October 13, 2016

Topics: Current, eLearning Technologies, Senior Care, Simulation-based Learning

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Online Video Instruction to Graduate Autism Class

Instructional effectiveness of video curriculum content delivery in a university graduate level autism class

Cheryl Fielding | August 8, 2016 | Research Partner: University of Texas Pan American

Topics: Applied Behavior Analysis, Autism, Blended Learning, Past

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Game-Based Training to Teach HIPAA & Social Media

The impacts of game-based online training on behavioral health professional’s ability to identify HIPAA violations in social media.

Emaley McCulloch, M.Ed., BCBA | May 16, 2016 | Research Partner: Walker Triechman Center

Topics: Behavioral Health, Blended Learning, Children's Services, Gamification, Past

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Evaluation of an Employee Wellness Training Series

Using interactive scenario-based mobile training to increase employee awareness of heart disease prevention

Emaley McCulloch, M.Ed., BCBA | March 9, 2016 | Research Partner: Allegro Living

Topics: Blended Learning, Employee Wellness, Past, Safety and Quality, Senior Care

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Web-Based Parent Training in Behavioral Interventions

Examining knowledge and empowerment in parents of children with autism spectrum disorder

Sarah Connolly | January 13, 2016 | Research Partner: Ball State University

Topics: Applied Behavior Analysis, Autism, Blended Learning, Past

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The Effectiveness of Virtual Assessment Training

Use of a virtual training module to teach about functions of behavior to graduate students in a nutrition-based program

Dana Reinecke | May 13, 2015 | Research Partner: Sage Colleges

Topics: Applied Behavior Analysis, Past, Simulation-based Learning

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Improving Staff Training Efficiency through Blended Learning

The impact of face-to-face vs blended learning on staff knowledge and training costs

Megan Robinson-Joy | April 13, 2014 | Research Partner: May Institute

Topics: Applied Behavior Analysis, Autism, Blended Learning, Past

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Online Training Videos and Paraprofessional's Behavior

Impact of online training videos on the implementation of mand training by three elementary school paraprofessionals

Emaley McCulloch, M.Ed., BCBA | March 13, 2013 | Research Partner: University of Hawaii

Topics: Applied Behavior Analysis, Autism, Blended Learning, Developmental Disabilities, Past

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Improving Educational Programs for Students with Autism in Rural Schools

A preliminary program description of the montana autism education project

Doug Doty | January 13, 2013 | Research Partner: Montana Autism Education Project

Topics: Applied Behavior Analysis, Autism, Blended Learning, Developmental Disabilities, Past

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Does Scientific Research on Medication Effectiveness Have an Impact on Physician Prescribing Practices?

An analysis of data from a large Midwestern state.

R.L. Berkowitz | December 1, 2012

Topics: Analytics, Behavioral Health, Mental Health, Past, Physician Prescribing Practices

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Intervention for Physician Prescribers Reduces Healthcare Costs in State Medicaid Population

This study examines the healthcare cost outcomes from an automated educational intervention delivered by Care Management Technologies (CMT) to the State of Missouri in 2003.

J.P. Docherty | July 1, 2012

Topics: Analytics, Behavioral Health, Integrated Care, Mental Health, Past, Prescription Practices

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Improving Medication Adherence for Patients with Mental Illness

Using feedback of medication possession ratio scores to prescribers

U.B. Patel | July 1, 2012

Topics: Analytics, Behavioral Health, Medication Adherence, Mental Illness, Past, Prescription Practices

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Missouri Uses Health Technology Support in Integrated Health Initiatives

Premature death and disease among the mentally ill population are largely due to preventable conditions. One way Missouri addresses this problem by focusing on integrated care.

W. Kyles | August 1, 2010

Topics: Analytics, Behavioral Health, Chronic Disease Management, Integrated Care, Mental Health, Past, Prescription Practices

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Are Clinicians Aware When Their Patients Are Non-Adherent?

Assessment of clinician awareness of non-adherence using a new structured scale

Carol Clayton | May 1, 2010

Topics: Analytics, Behavioral Health, Integrated Care, Medication Adherence, Mental Illness, Past, Prescription Practices

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Disease Management Program Proves Effective for Improving the Outcomes of Medicaid Beneficiaries

Disease management programs that target educating physicians and pharmacists may be effective at improving health and cost outcomes in a population of Medicaid patients.

N.J. Shang | February 1, 2008

Topics: Acute Care, Ambulatory Care, Analytics, Chronic Disease Management, Past, Prescription Practices

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