Projects
9/30/2010 to 9/29/2015
  The Natural Experiments for Translation in Diabetes (NEXT-D) Study is a network of academic, community, industry, and policy partners, collaborating to advance the methods and practice of natural experimental research, with a shared aim of identifying ...

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Professor of Medicine and Senior Associate Dean for Public Health
9/26/2014
DPP-LINC – The D iabetes P revention by P artnering to offer a L ifestyle I ntervention in N earby C ommunity locaitons (DPP-LINC) study involved a pilot-randomized controlled trial to understand the facilitators and barriers for successful practice ...

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Professor of Medicine and Senior Associate Dean for Public Health
4/1/2010 to 9/30/2014
Findings from this project will help integrate health literacy models with models of patient/provider communication and language comprehension in order to guide development of an IT-based tool (the Medtable) that supports patient/provider communication ...
9/1/2014 to 8/31/2016
The long term goal is to improve patient safety by developing and refining tools for safer medication use. The short term objective is to develop, test, deploy and disseminate tools and training materials in four key areas: statistical methods for large ...
1/23/2013 to 8/31/2014
The goal of this project is to develop a low literacy prototype patient package insert (“PPI”) for Odanacatib following health literacy evidence-based best practices. Research Themes:  Health Communication Health Information Technology Health Literacy and ...

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8/8/2013 to 7/31/2016
Led by Drs. Michael Wolf and Micheal Paasche-Orlow, the objectives of this study are to improve our understanding of (1) the causal pathways linking health literacy to health outcomes by testing an existing conceptual framework, and (2) the role of health ...

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9/4/2013 to 2/28/2016
The goal of this project is to leverage increasingly available technologies to impart a Universal Medication Schedule (UMS) in primary care to help patients consolidate, safely use, and adhere to complex drug regimens. Research Themes:  Health ...

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3/1/2016 to 2/29/2020
We will test the effectiveness & fidelity of an American College of Physicians diabetes health literacy intervention as delivered by health coaches within patient-centered medical homes in rural Arkansas Collaborating Investigators:  Michael S Wolf, ...
4/1/2015 to 3/31/2019
MASALA Study is the first longitudinal study in U.S. South Asians to understand what factors lead to heart disease and guide prevention and treatment of heart disease. Research Themes:  Clinical Epidemiology Community Health Clinical Research Areas:  ...

Principal Investigator: 

Associate Professor
9/22/2016 to 9/1/2017
The TELEX trial will establish whether telmisartan alone improves walking performance in people with peripheral artery disease (PAD). The TELEX trial will also determine whether telmisartan plus supervised exercise improves walking performance more than ...

Principal Investigator: 

Jeremiah Stamler Professor

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