Center Uses Partnerships to Broaden its Public Health Impact

Center for Public Health Systems Science, Brown School, Changing systems to create healthier communities through research, evaluation & translation

From Brown School News, July 1, 2021 Although the Brown School’s Center for Public Health Systems Science tackles a wide variety of research, its two decades of nationwide success can be traced largely to a single element: collaboration. The center’s largest current project, ASPiRE, is a good example. The $11.6 million tobacco-control effort with teams from Stanford […]

Communicating the Societal Impact of Translational Science…

Nurse caring for patient

Content from Clinical & Translational Science Awards Program’s Center for Leading Innovation & Collaboration publication March 15, 2018 Researchers at the Washington University Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences (ICTS) have developed a framework to better understand the real-world impacts of translational research. The new model was designed to help institutions go beyond the standard measures of scientific […]

Mentoring is Key to Future Collaboration

Douglas Luke

From ASPPH Friday LetterJanuary 12, 2017Mentoring relationships developed during implementation training resulted in more scientific collaboration by participants years later, according to new research from the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis. Researchers surveyed 94 participants in training conducted from 2012-2014 at the Implementation Research Institute, a two-year training in mental health implementation […]