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Dartmouth SYNERGY has created this website to provide information and resources for health care professionals, researchers, community members, and other interested parties. Dartmouth SYNERGY Clinical and Translational Science Institute is supported in part through the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical and Translational Science Award


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About SYNERGY Dartmouth SYNERGY

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Dartmouth SYNERGY speeds the impact of discovery and translates new knowledge into practice and improved population health. By connecting researchers to critical resources, funding opportunities, technologies, research training, and expertise, SYNERGY helps investigators advance research and efficiently translate discoveries into improved population health.


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Community Partner Organizations Dartmouth SYNERGY

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Good Neighbor Health Clinic in White River Junction, VT, is a free health care facility whose mission is to offer accessible, primary medical and dental care to all those in the Connecticut River Upper Valley region who are in need but who are without the means to pay. Area School Systems. Dartmouth's Hood Center for Children and Families has a


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Community And Research Partners Dartmouth SYNERGY

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Dartmouth Centersfor Health and Aging. The Center aims to improve the quality of life for northern New England's more than 350,000 elderly, by fostering research, education and interdisciplinary collaboration. Ultimately it seeks to change health care practice and policy to promote integrated and coordinated care, and mental and physical health


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Academic-Industry Core Dartmouth SYNERGY

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The SYNERGY Academic-Industry Core (A-IC) provides institutional support for translational research and fosters industry partnerships to benefit human health by developing the commercial potential of advances in biomedical research, biomedical engineering, health care outcomes research, and other translational efforts.


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Dartmouth Research Groups Dartmouth SYNERGY

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TDI offers two master's-level degrees (an MS and an MPH) and a PhD degree in health services research. It also houses and maintains NCPH and The Dartmouth Atlas, which has provided pioneering data and resources on regional variation in health care utilization, spending, and quality across the U.S. Prevention Research Center at Dartmouth.


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Research Resources Dartmouth SYNERGY

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Provides institutional support for translational research and fosters industry partnerships to benefit human health by developing the commercial potential of advances in biomedical research, biomedical engineering, health care outcomes research, and other translational efforts. Learn More


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Valley Regional Hospital

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community health concerns, priorities and opportunities for community health and health care delivery systems improvement. For the purposes of this assessment report, the geographic area of interest was the 15 towns Sullivan County, New Hampshire, with a


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When Will Computers Finally Work In Healthcare

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Dr. Schleyer co-directs the Public & Population Health Informatics Training Program at IU. He founded the Department of Dental Informatics at Temple University, as well as the Center for Dental Informatics at the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Schleyer's informatics research is primarily funded by the National Institutes of Health. Dr.

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Nancy Frank, MPH Executive Director, North Country Health

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health, healthcare workforce development and education, systems design, and advocacy. She currently serves as President of the New England Rural Health Round Table, and on the Executive Committee of the New Hampshire Oral Health Coalition. Nancy holds a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Consumer Science

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Dartmouth-Hitchcock And Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital

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community health concerns, priorities and opportunities for community health and health care delivery systems improvement. While Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center serves as a tertiary referral medical center for a large, multi-state area, the geographic


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I2b2 Dartmouth SYNERGY

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Discover patient cohorts for your research within Dartmouth's Tumor Registry data. Widely adopted all over the world as a standard healthcare informatics tool, i2b2 is installed in more than 100 CTSA, academic research, and industry settings internationally, and is now available at Dartmouth.


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North Country Public Health Region Community Health

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Collaborative initiatives that address health disparities in the rural North Country have the most impact and make the best use of community and organizational resources. Public health, healthcare and social service agencies rely on population health data for planning effective strategies and interventions to address identified health priorities.

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Mt. Ascutney Hospital And Health Center

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community health concerns, priorities and opportunities for community health and health care delivery systems improvement. For the purposes of this assessment report, the geographic area of interest was 10 towns of the Mt. Ascutney region with a total resident population of 32,588 served by Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center.

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Community-Engaged Research With Community-Based …

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health care providers.”2 Going beyond outreach, UCSF recognizes that strong and mutually beneficial partner - ships between the communities UCSF serves and the University are essential to a translation process that addresses the needs of community members, works to address health and health care


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SYNERGY Clinician-Entrepreneur Fellow William Hudenko's

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Proxi App Places Friends and Family on Mental Health Care Teams (Charlotte Albright, Dartmouth News, 1/16/17) Many people with mental illness rely on friends and relatives for help and encouragement, notes William Hudenko, a professor of psychiatry at the Geisel School of Medicine. Hudenko believes those “natural supports” should be part of the patient’s health care team, and


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Community-Engaged Research With UCSF Researchers

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health and healthcare concerns of the communities and people you serve. The Community Engagement Program prepared this manual to inform community-based organizations and agencies about the nuts and bolts of develop-ing such research collaborations. We have included resources to facilitate this work and address some of the barriers to collaboration.


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Community Feedback Dartmouth SYNERGY

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Do you have concerns regarding the health of your community or the health care services provided in your community? Do you have ideas for community-based healthcare research and/or health care delivery that you would like to see explored? Want to learn …


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Community-Engaged Research With Community-Based …

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National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD. Also, see Laflin M, and Black DR. An interview with Lawrence W Gree. American Journal of Health Behavior, 2003. 27(4):466-78. Community-based clinics, where the vast major-ity of Americans receive their healthcare, can become partners in the creation of practice-based evidence.


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Translational Pilot Grants Dartmouth SYNERGY

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The SYNERGY Translational Pilot Grant Program funds innovative interdisciplinary research proposals that have clear potential for translation into patient-oriented care and improved population health. The goal is to facilitate collaborative translational research studies within all Dartmouth institutions and affiliated health centers, and to


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Community Engagement Pilot Grants Dartmouth SYNERGY

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Congratulations to the 2018 SYNERGY Community Engaged Research Pilot Grant Awardee! Community Engaged Research (CEnR) awards emphasize the community’s critical role in developing and translating knowledge into improvement in health; proposals required involvement of a community partner in all aspects of the study plan, from design and execution to interpretation and dissemination of results.

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Principles Of Community Engagement (Second Edition)

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The challenges faced by the health system in 1997 are not so different from those of today, but the scope, scale, and urgency of these problems have all sharply increased. In 1997, the newly enacted Children’s Health Insurance Program expanded access to health care for millions of children; today the

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Congratulations, 2017 SYNERGY Dartmouth CO-OP Community

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Through a newly designed pilot grant program directed to the 62 primary care sites of the Dartmouth CO-OP Practice Based Research Network (PBRN), SYNERGY Community Engaged Research has selected three CO-OP pilot projects for funding. The Dartmouth CO-OP is the oldest PBRN in the US, and these special awards support clinician researchers and emphasize the community’s critical


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Community Engagement Research

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Community Engagement Advisory Board. The Community Engagement Advisory Board (CEAB) advises the SYNERGY Executive Committee, providing feedback on SYNERGY's impact in the community and efforts to address community health concerns. The CEAB consists of health professionals, community leaders, and government representatives.

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2015 NLH Community Health Needs Assessment 6.30

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health care cited ‘could not afford to pay’ as a barrier Identified as the third most important community health issue by community discussion group participants 22% of families and 26% of children in the NLH service area are living with incomes less than 200% of the federal poverty level Access to dental health care

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SYNERGY Biostatistics Core Leader, Tor Tosteson, ScD, Will

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A team of researchers at Dartmouth’s Geisel School of Medicine, led by Tor Tosteson, ScD, has been approved for a $1 million funding award from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) to design new methods for comparing the effectiveness of alternative therapies that can lead to improvements in practice and better outcomes for patients.


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Dartmouth SYNERGY Newsletter July 2016

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A co-PI of the Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care, Dr. Goodman leads and mentors a wide range of projects investigating the causes and consequences of variation in health care capacity and utilization. NIH Guidance re: Enhancing Rigor and Transparency in Research


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Past Seminars/Presentations Dartmouth SYNERGY

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The seminar will be conducted by David Goodman, MD, MS, Professor of Pediatrics, of Community & Family Medicine and of The Dartmouth Institute. A co-PI of the Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care, Dr. Goodman leads and mentors a wide range of projects investigating the causes and consequences of variation in health care capacity and utilization.


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Big Data Approaches In Biomedical Informatics

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An overview of the University of Miami Center for Computational Science (UM CCS) will be provided, along with a brief description of its seven scientific programs and two technology platforms. UM CCS is a University-wide initiative that focuses on problem-solving approaches to societal problems where computing, informatics and team approaches play a significant and integral


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Assessing Reproducible Research: A Common Biomedical

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The work entails developing, expanding, integrating, and utilizing both large (i.e. hundreds of terabytes) and heterogeneous (i.e., thousands of variables from multiple sources) health data to provide meaningful decision support for effective and efficient health care delivery and research.


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Maureen Boardman, MSN, FNP, FAANP Clinical Assistant

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She has been employed at Little Rivers Health Care (LHRC) since its inception in 2006. She serves as Director of Clinical Quality at LRHC, as the LRHC representative on the CHAC Clinical Quality Board, and was recently appointed to the VCO primary care board. She served on the Geisel School of Medicine Faculty Council for 3 years.


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Practice-Based Research—Blue Highways On The NIH Roadmap

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mended preventive, acute, and long-term health care. For example, just over 50% of eligible Americans have re-ceived appropriate colorectal cancer screening.6 While the beneficial effect of !-blockers in acute myocardial infarc-tionwasestablished25yearsago,!-blockersarewidelyun-derused and there is still wide variation in their use.7


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SYNERGY And TDI Special Seminar On The Atlas Rate

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The seminar will be conducted by David Goodman, MD, MS, Professor of Pediatrics, of Community & Family Medicine and of The Dartmouth Institute. A co-PI of the Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care, Dr. Goodman leads and mentors a wide range of projects investigating the causes and consequences of variation in health care capacity and utilization.


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Michael Krauthammer, MD, PhD

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Dr. Krauthammer is the recipient of multiple large NIH and foundation grants, the author of over 70 peer-reviewed publications, and a leading figure in biomedical informatics teaching and education. Event contact information: Brian Goodness, Center for Technology and Behavioral Health. Phone: (603) 646-7000.


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Community Engagement Pilot: Awardee Abstracts Dartmouth

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Community Abstract. The Federal Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting (HV) Program serves about 145,500 vulnerable families at risk for child abuse annually and aims to improve several outcomes, including maternal mental health. Most clients are insured by Medicaid, and about 40% are adolescent mothers (pregnant and post-delivery).

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2016 Request For Applications Community Engagement

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or revised structures, policies, or processes in the delivery of health care services or community health programs that are the result of this project/collaboration. 7. Timeline: Project must be completed within 12 months of start date. Please include a depiction of

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New Hampshire State Health Improvement Plan

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positive impact on the populationÕs health, to improve it, the public health system must work in effective partnerships. We need to be able to strategically partner across sectors and with the health care system. To do that properly we need clear and shared priorities, objectives and measurable goals.

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Nov 28: Blackford Middleton, MD: Toward A Learning Health

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Dr. Middleton has served in many leadership positions, including chair of the board of the Healthcare Information & Management Systems Society (HIMSS), chair of AMIA, and was appointed by Secretary of Health and Human Services Michael Leavitt to serve on the National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics (NCVHS).

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Community Engagement Pilot RFA 07 18 16 FINAL

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! 1!! 2017!Request!for!Applications! Community!Engagement!ResearchPilot!Awards! Release!Date:!July18,2016! MandatoryLetterofIntentDue: October12,2016!

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REQUEST!FOR!SYNERGY!TRANSLATIONAL!PILOT!PROJECT

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SYNERGYPilotRFA2018 !!! REQUEST!FOR!SYNERGY!TRANSLATIONAL!PILOT!PROJECT!APPLICATIONS! RELEASE!DATE:!!October11,2017!! INFORMATIONAL!MEETINGS:October19andOctober30


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Blackford Middleton, MD, Lecture: Toward A Learning Health

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About the Presenter: Dr. Middleton’s expertise is in informatics, the applied science of the design, implementation, and evaluation of information systems in complex environments. At Apervita, Dr. Middleton is responsible for working with the ecosystem of leading health enterprises, including major health systems, payers and pharmaceutical companies, to shape an industry

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2008 SYNERGY Research Awards

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Project: Pathways and Barriers to Health-Care among the Rural Homeless Co-PIs: Meghan Longacre, PhD, Instructor in Pediatrics; Gregory F. DeFrancis, MA, Montshire Museum of Science, Norwich, VT Project: Developing a Community Collaboration Model for Teaching Research-Based Nutrition Units in …


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Internal Advisory Committee Members

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Professor of Community & Family Medicine and of TDI; founder, Institute for Health Care Improvement Steven Paris, MD Medical Director, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Manchester Richard Powell, MD Professor of Surgery and Radiology; Section Chief, Vascular Surgery


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SYNERGY TRANSLATIONAL PILOT RELEASE DATE: October 7, …

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alternative approaches to healthcare delivery, which may include both health and economic outcomes of care, and may involve analyses of patient-reported measures and/or registry-enriched claims data; and claims-based analyses that elucidate health and healthcare disparities.


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NCCC-SYNERGY Seminar Series 2015

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• Focus: Breast cancer research & community health outreach • Award range: $135,000-$450,000 • Program tracts: Graduate research, postdoctoral fellowships


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SYNERGY TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH METHODS INSTITUTE

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evidence-based guidelines in real world health practice, through delivery, dissemination, and diffusion research. To identify ways to implement novel methods and refine the approach to translational researchprojects. To develop the skills for scientific writing andgrantsmanship.


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Dartmouth SYNERGY Newsletter September 2016

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The National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced the availability of the following documents: (1) Final Rule for Clinical Trials Registration and Results Information Submission (Part 11 of Title 42 of the Code of Federal Regulations or 42 CFR Part 11) and (2) NIH Policy on the Dissemination of NIH-Funded Clinical Trial Information. Read More:


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