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Senior D&I Expert

RossBrownson Ross Brownson, PhD
Professor, Washington University
rbrownson@wustl.edu
 
Ross Brownson has a Ph.D. in Environmental Health and Epidemiology from Colorado State University. He is currently a Professor of Epidemiology at the George Warren Brown School of Social Work. Dr. Brownson co-directs the Prevention Research Center, a major, CDC funded center jointly led by Washington University and Saint Louis University that develops innovative approaches to chronic disease prevention. He taught the Implementation Research Institute Fellows about the differences between implementation research and dissemination research, methods for implementation research including research designs, and stakeholders for implementation research. His primary research interests are in chronic disease epidemiology, promotion of physical activity, tobacco use prevention, and evaluation of community-level interventions.
 
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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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