Dr. Brittany Rudd received the Best Implementation Science Presentation (Second Place) award at the Midwest Clinical and Translational Research Meeting in Chicago, IL.
Dr. Brittany Rudd was invited to present during a special panel on implementation science at the Midwest Clinical and Translational Research Meeting held in March in Chicago.
Dr. Brittany Rudd, in collaboration with Margaret Wardle, was awarded a CCTS pilot grant to design a contingency management program to be implemented within UIHealth’s Mile Square Health Center (MSHC)’s opioid use treatment program.
Presentation Title: Changing the role of school officers: A participatory action research approach to developing and implementing a manualized positive school safety coaching program
Workshop title: "Methods for reporting and aligning implementation strategies with implementation outcomes"
Dr. Brittany Rudd, in partnership with Judge Maria Granger and Indiana’s Floyd County Superior Court 3, recently received a grant from the Indiana Supreme Court to develop an empirically informed and contextually tailored family law triaging model for the county.