A Sample of Our Work

Center Highlights

Upcoming Events

Roybal Webinar “Does Diversity Matter for Health?”

Marcella Alsan, MD, MPH, PhD

Thursday, January 20, 2022, 11:00AM – 12:00PM ET (Zoom)

Recent Publications

Finishing Touches: Enhancing Scientific Communication Through Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes' Technical Review

Lauffenburger JC, Ho MP, Nallamothu BK

Circ Cardiovasc Qual Outcomes. 2021 Dec 21

REinforcement learning to improve non-adherence for diabetes treatments by Optimising Response and Customising Engagement (REINFORCE): study protocol of a pragmatic randomised trial

Lauffenburger JC, Yon-Tov E, Keller PA, McDonnell ME, Bessette LG, Fontanet CP, Sears ES, Kim E, Hanken K, Buckley JJ, Barlev RA, Haff N, Choudhry NK

BMJ Open. 2021 Dec 3

Randomised controlled trial targeting habit formation to improve medication adherence to daily oral medications in patients with gout

Fontanet CF, Choudhry NK, Wood W, Robertson T, Haff N, Oran R, Sears ES, Kim E, Hanken K, Barlev RA, Laffenburger JC, Feldman CH

BMJ Open. 2021 Nov 24

Exploring patient experiences coping with using multiple medications: a qualitative interview study

Lauffenburger JC, Nahh N, McDonnell ME, Solomon DH, Antman EM, Glynn RJ, Choudhry NK

BMJ Open. 2021 Nov 22

Design of the Spine Pain Intervention to Enhance Care Quality And Reduce Expenditure Trial (SPINE CARE) study: Methods and lessons from a multi0site pragmatic cluster randomized controlled trial

Choudhry NK, Fontanet CP, Ghazinouri R, Fifer S, Archer KR, Haff N, Butterworth SW, Deogun H, Block S, Cooper A, Sears E, Goyal P, Coronado RA, Schneider BJ, Hsu E, Milstein A

Contemp Clin Trials. 2021 Oct 22

News & Media

Letters of Intent for Roybal 2022-2023 Pilot proposals due December 1, 2021.    View

Dr. Choudhry's discusses the know-do gap in healthcare.    View


Dr. Lauffenburger was interviewed regarding her research on medication adherence within the Division of Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacoeconomics at Brigham and Women's Hospital.    View


Dr. Choudhry will be teaching a 2-day class focused on T3/T4 research, which aims to address gaps in knowledge that persist after the efficacy and safety of interventions have been defined in optimal settings.    View

Dr. Choudhry discusses the STIC2IT pragmatic trial during the NIH Collaboratory Grand Rounds.    View

Dr. Choudhry discusses how value-based insurance design can improve adherence and outcomes.    View

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