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DougLuke2 Doug Luke, PhD
Professor, Washington University
dluke@wustl.edu
 
Professor Douglas Luke is a leading researcher in the areas of health behavior, organizations, policy, and tobacco control. A top biostatistician and social science methodologist, Professor Luke has made significant contributions to the evaluation of public health programs, tobacco control and prevention policy, and the application of new methods to community health interventions. His recent work has focused on the diffusion of evidence-based policies in public health systems, developing network models of dissemination in public health, and the development of a concepts and methods for studying the sustainability of public health programs and policies. He directs the Center for Tobacco Policy Research, has led the doctoral program at St. Louis University School of Public Health, and has long served on the key Community Influences on Health Behavior (CIHB) study section at National Institutes of Health.
 
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Factors contributing to sparse uptake of evidence-based interventions
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Interviewee’s name, title, and affiliation
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Definition and importance of the research and practice of D&I
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Key issues for D&I research
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Things that researchers should do differently to increase the D&I potential of interventions
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An example of a lesson learned from own work
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