Adoption of Effective BSSR in Practice

Adoption of Effective BSSR in Practice

There is often there is a significant time lapse between the publication of research findings that demonstrate the efficacy of a prevention or healthcare strategy and when these approaches are adopted in practice and delivered to individuals, families, communities, and organizations. Research is needed to facilitate more rapid, effective, and widespread uptake and sustained implementation of BSSR findings to improve healthcare and public health.

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Time lapse between publication of research and adopted into practice

Submitted on behalf of Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR)

There is often a significant time lapse between the publication of research findings that demonstrate the efficacy of a prevention or healthcare strategy and when these approaches are adopted in practice and delivered to individuals, families, communities, and organizations. Research is needed to facilitate more rapid, effective, and widespread uptake... more »
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Implementation Science in BSSR

Submitted on behalf of Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR)

We encourage NIH to invest more in dissemination and implementation science, an area in which social work research training excels. Meaningful, comprehensive, and long-lasting improvements to the health of the population will occur only when interventions are widely implemented across all sectors of society and not just benefit those who are privileged... more »
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The Role of Working Memory in Health and Disease

Basic research on how memory functions has been a foundation for the study of human behavior for many decades. Our knowledge of basic memory processes, derived from primarily human laboratory studies, has enabled a better understanding of behavioral problems such as addiction and has suggested new approaches for intervention and treatment. One memory process called working memory may be of special interest in health and... more »
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Educate 'at-risk' groups about Polyvagal Theory 'freeze' response and the spectrum and severity of dissociative symptoms

Dissociative symptoms are not well known or understood by General Practitioners, doctors, psychiatrists and patients themselves.These symptoms are difficult to identify, articulate, seek help for and understand and may coincide with a trauma history. Traditional and innovative approaches to trauma conditions are known to exacerbate dissociative symptoms and worsen health outcomes.

Neuro-physiological education of the... more »
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Behavior interventions for comorbid PTSD-AUD

Co-occurring Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and alcohol use disorder (AUD) is an important public health concern. Approximately one-third of individuals who have experienced PTSD have also experienced AUD at some point in their lives, and 30-50% of patients seeking treatment for AUD meet criteria for PTSD. Effective treatments are necessary to help individuals with this debilitating disorder. A 2019 study provides... more »
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Needs Assessment and Barriers to Care for Adolescent Behavioral Health

Rates of suicide in the US have been increasing steadily in recent years, with large increases in younger populations in particular. These deaths have large impacts on our society, robbing us of the contributions people with untreated depression and suicidality might have made if they were treated. Yet access to behavioral health is woefully inadequate, particularly at the adolescent level for whom wait times to access... more »
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Recommend avoidance of wireless technology to substantially improve public health by reducing prevalence of RF/MW bioeffects

It is important that NIH translate the numerous research findings that exposure to electronic product radiation (including from wireless technology) and "dirty" electricity cause serious biological and public health effects in avoidance-based advisory recommendations.

Radiation from wireless technology is both carcinogenic and an endocrine disrupter, among many detrimental biological effects, please read the following... more »
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Optimization of behavioral and biobehavioral interventions for effectiveness, affordability, and implementability

A framework is available for optimization of behavioral and biobehavioral interventions prior to evaluation in an RCT. In this framework an optimization trial to assess the individual and combined performance of intervention components is conducted, using an experimental design such as the factorial; sequential multiple-assignment randomized trial (SMART); or micro-randomized trial (MRT). The experimental results are... more »
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Utilizing family medicine patient settings

Family medicine, with a mix of patients from the entire community (from infants to geriatric patients), offers a wide range of settings in which to test, validate, and disseminate BSSR processes. As the frontline of health care for all patients across the lifespan, and within the context of their families, networks, and communities, we believe explicit inclusion of family medicine departments and clinics would be beneficial... more »
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Implementing BSSR practice in Palliative Care

There has been increased interest in promoting best practices in BSSR to the field of Palliative Care. As patients live longer with serious and chronic illness, it becomes increasingly important that we develop tools and programs to adopt BSSR best practices into clinical practice. The COVID-19 pandemic further highlights this area of tremendous need.

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Inclusion of patients with Limited English-Proficiency

March 29, 2020

Dear Dr. Riley,
We are a group of pediatricians and clinical researchers at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, with a focus on health equity and immigrant populations. Our areas of subspecialty include developmental-behavioral pediatrics, neonatology, and academic pediatrics; thus our clinical and research interests include children or all ages, and their families, many of whom have limited English-proficiency... more »
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Chronotherapy

Patient care requires attention to the timing of symptoms such as consideration of the time of day at which the therapeutic target is best engaged and symptoms are best managed. Recent work from the Hogenesch lab used hospital records to show that the decisions about when to treat patients was based mostly on the medical team rounding time, rather than timing of treatment based on disease symptoms, pharmacological target,... more »
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Health Psychology

NIH has a rich history of supporting and developing BSSR for the betterment of the public. What happens all too often, though, is a gap between the research and practice implementation. The challenge of overcoming this gap may be done through increased effort on public education and advocacy efforts with policymakers. Professional associations, including the Society for Health Psychology, may serve as a home to narrow... more »
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Implementation Science for Scaling-Up Early Presymptomatic Genetic Screening and Comprehensive Reading Intervention

Early pre-symptomatic genetic screening holds promise for identifying children who will likely struggle with attaining developmental expectations in reading skill. Due to the success of three decades of reading research, we know what constitutes effective intervention. We also know that intervention is most effective when implemented early, particularly before middle school. Scaling-up a combined screening and intervention... more »
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Submission on behalf of Physical Activity Alliance.

On behalf of the Physical Activity Alliance, representing nearly 100 organizations, we are submitting this response to your request for information to gather broad public input on important new research directions for health-related behavioral and social science research. The mission of the Physical Activity Alliance is to lead efforts to create, support, and advocate policy and system changes that enable all Americans... more »
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