That Implementation Science Podcast

Mike Pullmann

The innovation to implementation gap is 17 years. Podcasts were invented 17 years ago. Coincidence? We don’t think so. That Implementation Science Podcast discusses everything related to Implementation Science, and many things not. Co-hosts Mike Pullmann and Kevin King interview guests, review new research, and implement solutions to things that aren’t even problems yet. read less
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Episodes

Kevin King: Etiology of substance use, applying implementation science to methods training, and Star Wars
Sep 30 2023
Kevin King: Etiology of substance use, applying implementation science to methods training, and Star Wars
On this episode we interview… co-host Kevin King! What?!? Again with the bro talk? Apologies to everyone in our audience but look on the bright side, you can use this time again to catch up on old Webster episodes. If you do listen, we’ll talk about the etiology of substance use and substance use disorders, examining training and education of research methods through an implementation science lens, and quiz Kevin on his knowledge of Star Wars. Dora, J., Piccirillo, M., Foster, K. T., Arbeau, K., Armeli, S., Auriacombe, M., ... & King, K. M. (2023). The daily association between affect and alcohol use: A meta-analysis of individual participant data. Psychological Bulletin, 149(1-2), 1. Dora, J., Schultz, M. E., Shoda, Y., Lee, C. M., & King, K. M. (2022). No evidence for trait-and state-level urgency moderating the daily association between negative affect and subsequent alcohol use in two college samples. Brain and Neuroscience Advances, 6, 23982128221079556. Feil, M., Halvorson, M., Lengua, L., & King, K. M. (2020). A state model of negative urgency: Do momentary reports of emotional impulsivity reflect global self-report?. Journal of Research in Personality, 86, 103942. Halvorson, M. A., Pedersen, S. L., Feil, M. C., Lengua, L. J., Molina, B. S., & King, K. M. (2021). Impulsive states and impulsive traits: A study of the multilevel structure and validity of a multifaceted measure of impulsive states. Assessment, 28(3), 796-812. King, K. M., Feil, M. C., Halvorson, M. A., Kosterman, R., Bailey, J. A., & Hawkins, J. D. (2020). A trait-like propensity to experience internalizing symptoms is associated with problem alcohol involvement across adulthood, but not adolescence. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 34(7), 756. King, K. M., Pullmann, M. D., Lyon, A. R., Dorsey, S., & Lewis, C. C. (2019). Using implementation science to close the gap between the optimal and typical practice of quantitative methods in clinical science. Journal of abnormal psychology, 128(6), 547–562. https://doi.org/10.1037/abn0000417 Kummerfeld, E., & Jones, G. L. (2023). One data set, many analysts: Implications for practicing scientists. Frontiers in psychology, 14, 1094150. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2023.1094150
Mike Pullmann: Unintended Consequences, Equity in Education, and Ethics and Obligations of Community Based Research
Sep 16 2023
Mike Pullmann: Unintended Consequences, Equity in Education, and Ethics and Obligations of Community Based Research
On this show co-host Kevin King will interview… Mike! Apologies in advance to anyone who is tired of hearing us talk about our work—honestly your time might be better spent watching old reruns of Webster. We talk about equity in education, the unintended consequences of implementation strategies, the ethics and obligations of conducting community based research, and Kevin quizzes Mike on his knowledge of rock climbing. Discussed during today's show: Ripple effects website: https://depts.washington.edu/ripple-effects/  Pullmann, M. D., Dorsey, S., Duong, M. T., Lyon, A. R., Muse, I., Corbin, C. M., Davis, C. J., Thorp, K., Sweeney, M., Lewis, C. C., & Powell, B. J. (2022). Expect the Unexpected: A Qualitative Study of the Ripple Effects of Children's Mental Health Services Implementation Efforts. Implementation research and practice, 3, 26334895221120797. https://doi.org/10.1177/26334895221120797 My favorite paper that has zero attention: Pullmann M. D. (2011). Effects of out-of-home mental health treatment on probability of criminal charge during the transition to adulthood. The American journal of orthopsychiatry, 81(3), 410–419. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1939-0025.2011.01109.x  My least favorite paper with lots of attention: Pullmann, M. D., VanHooser, S., Hoffman, C., & Heflinger, C. A. (2010). Barriers to and supports of family participation in a rural system of care for children with serious emotional problems. Community mental health journal, 46(3), 211–220. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10597-009-9208-5
Lisa Saldana: Stages and Costs of Implementation
Aug 19 2023
Lisa Saldana: Stages and Costs of Implementation
Lisa Saldana joins the show to talk about the importance of measuring and planning implementation stages and how they can help improve whether the implementation of your program will be sustained; the relative importance of engagement, readiness planning, and how good pre-implementation planning can make programs robust to challenges; the overlap between getting an implementation ready to do and behavior change at the person level and how it parallels behavior change at the organizational level; the importance of research networks, learning across multiple fields, and maintaining engagement with both your end users and your fellow scientists; and, we quiz Lisa on her knowledge of Eugene, Oregon. Lisa’s work is some of the most exciting, important, and interesting research in implementation science today. Alley, Z. M., Chapman, J. E., Schaper, H., & Saldana, L. (2023). The relative value of Pre-Implementation stages for successful implementation of evidence-informed programs. Implementation Science, 18(1), 1-13. Saldana, L., Chamberlain, P., Wang, W., & Hendricks Brown, C. (2012). Predicting program start-up using the stages of implementation measure. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 39, 419-425. Chamberlain, P., Brown, C. H., & Saldana, L. (2011). Observational measure of implementation progress in community based settings: the stages of implementation completion (SIC). Implementation Science, 6(1), 1-8. Saldana, L., Chamberlain, P., Bradford, W. D., Campbell, M., & Landsverk, J. (2014). The cost of implementing new strategies (COINS): a method for mapping implementation resources using the stages of implementation completion. Children and youth services review, 39, 177-182. Beidas, R. S., Saldana, L., & Shelton, R. C. (2023). Testing psychosocial interventions in the contexts they are meant to be delivered. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. NCI Implementation Primer: https://cancercontrol.cancer.gov/sites/default/files/2020-07/NCI-ISaaG-Workbook.pdf Practical IS Textbook from Brian Weiner: https://www.springerpub.com/practical-implementation-science-9780826186928.html Wong, D.R., Schaper, H. & Saldana, L. Rates of sustainment in the Universal Stages of Implementation Completion. Implement Sci Commun 3, 2 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1186/s43058-021-00250-6 Weisz, J. R., Jensen, A. L., & McLeod, B. D. (2005). Development and Dissemination of Child and Adolescent Psychotherapies: Milestones, Methods, and a New Deployment-Focused Model.
Danny Almirall: SMART designs, MAISY’s, and the Zen of giving it away
Aug 5 2023
Danny Almirall: SMART designs, MAISY’s, and the Zen of giving it away
Today we talk with Danny Almirall from the University of Michigan's d3C center. We talk about how learning about prime numbers set Danny up for a lifetime of teaching people about math, statistics, and methods, the difference between efficacy, effectiveness, and implementation studies, what is a SMART trial, and how do SMART trials inform adaptive interventions, what are MAISYs, and we learn a little bit about Salsa the dance and just a tiny bit about Salsa the food. And We mention the following papers: Kevin’s paper on implementation science and quantitative methods King, K. M., Pullmann, M. D., Lyon, A. R., Dorsey, S., & Lewis, C. C. (2019). Using implementation science to close the gap between the optimal and typical practice of quantitative methods in clinical science. Journal of abnormal psychology, 128(6), 547. (http://depts.washington.edu/risemh/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/King-et-al-2019-JAbnormal-1.pdf) SMART designs: Almirall, D., Nahum-Shani, I., Sherwood, N. E., & Murphy, S. A. (2014). Introduction to SMART designs for the development of adaptive interventions: with application to weight loss research. Translational behavioral medicine, 4(3), 260–274. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13142-014-0265-0  Beidas premortem paper: Beidas, R. S., Dorsey, S., Lewis, C. C., Lyon, A. R., Powell, B. J., Purtle, J., ... & Lane-Fall, M. B. (2022). Promises and pitfalls in implementation science from the perspective of US-based researchers: learning from a pre-mortem. Implementation Science, 17(1), 55. (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9375077/) Danny recommends we check out: Brian Weiner (https://globalhealth.washington.edu/faculty/bryan-weiner) Susan Murphy, PhD. (http://people.seas.harvard.edu/~samurphy/ ) Danny’s Website: https://d3c.isr.umich.edu/, and https://twitter.com/d3_center