Welcome to the KERCast
The Knowledge and Evaluation Research team invites you to listen as we have conversations with experts who work to make patient care fit.
If it was medicine it would just be called that. A journey to understand the normalization of innovations – KERCasts
- If it was medicine it would just be called that. A journey to understand the normalization of innovations
- A commitment to supporting self-management in patients with diabetes
- Situational literacy and improving inclusion and diversity in care
- Artificial Intelligence for authentic care
- Trauma Informed Care
Our KERCasts are available for your viewing and listening on the following platforms. They are also available most elsewhere you listen to podcasts.
Mindfulness and Coaching for Chronic Disease with Roberto Benzo
Roberto P. Benzo, M.D., focuses on the study of how self-awareness, mindfulness and self-management and how they impact chronic diseases and high performance. He founded the Mindful Breathing Lab at Mayo Clinic and holds 5 NIH grants as PI in chronic disease management.
Broadcasted live October 4th, 2020
The Role of Peer Experts in Making Care Fit with Carolyn Canfield
Carolyn Canfield works globally as a citizen-patient to expand opportunities for patients, caregivers and communities to partner with healthcare professionals in research, teaching, improvement and governance.
Broadcasting live October 14th, 2020
Making Care Fit Through SDM at the Point of Care with Marleen Kunneman
Dr. Marleen Kunneman is a Research Associate at LUMC and Assistant Professor of Medicine at Mayo Clinic. She is trained as a Clinical Linguist and obtained her PhD in Medicine in 2016. She has almost a decade of research experience in shared decision making (SDM), and received a personal NWO Veni-grant to research (how to improve) fit of care.
Broadcasted live October 20th, 2020Watch on Youtube Listen to KERCast
Patients and their commitment to care with Eelco de Koning
Eelco de Koning is professor of diabetology at the Leiden University Medical Center. He received his medical degree from the University of Utrecht, the Netherlands, in 1991. He heads the Leiden Diabetes Center. His two main focus areas are transplantation in diabetes and stimulation of patient self management and participation in diabetes care.
Broadcasted live October 26th, 2020Watch on Youtube Listen to KERCast
Purposeful shared decision making
The right tool for the right job with Ian Hargraves
Ian Hargraves PhD is originally from New Zealand Ian holds a Masters and Ph.D. in design from Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA. His research focuses on the understanding the ways in which shared decision making varies and can be supported across the range of patient problems and situations.
Broadcasted live November 5th, 2020Watch on Youtube
The nation sets its eyes on patients living with many ongoing conditions
Arlene S. Bierman, M.D., M.S., is director of AHRQ’s Center for Evidence and Practice Improvement which consists of four divisions the Evidence-Based Practice Center Program; the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force Program; the Division of Health Information Technology and the Division of Practice Improvement and the National Center for Excellence in Primary Care Research.
Broadcasted live November 19th, 2020Watch on Youtube Listen to KERCast
Using RE-Aims to Conduct
Implementation Research with Russell Glasgow
Russell Glasgow is a Research Professor of Family Medicine at the University of Colorado and Director of the Dissemination and Implementation Science (D&I) Program at the Adult and Child Consortium for Outcomes Research and Delivery Science (ACCORDS).
Broadcasted live November 23rd, 2020Watch on Youtube Listen to KERCast
Reducing the burden of research
for participants with Isabelle Boutron
Isabelle Boutron is professor of epidemiology at the Université de Paris, head of the Methods Team (INSERM- Epidemiology and Statistics Research Centre-CRESS). She is director of Cochrane France and co-convenor of the Bias Methods group of Cochrane and member of the SPIRIT-CONSORT executive committee.
Broadcasted live December 2nd, 2020Watch on Youtube Listen to KERCast
Trauma Informed Care with Erin Gilmer
Erin Gilmer is a disabled patient advocate and health policy attorney with a passion for health as a human right. Her work focuses on empowering and educating all healthcare stakeholders on a range of crucial issues including trauma informed care, health privacy, access to affordable medications, social determinants of health, patient engagement, and more.
Broadcasted live December 10th, 2020Watch on Youtube Listen to KERCast
Artificial intelligence for authentic care with Peter Noseworthy
Peter Noseworthy, MD is a Professor of Medicine and a Cardiac Electrophysiologist specializing in catheter ablation of cardiac arrhythmias. Dr. Noseworthy maintains a federally funded research program centered on improving the care of patients with cardiac arrhythmias.
Broadcasted live December 14th, 2020Watch on Youtube Listen to KERCast
Situational literacy and improving inclusion and diversity in care with Doreen Rabi
Dr. Doreen Rabi is a Professor in Medicine and the Head of Endocrinology and Metabolism at the University of Calgary. She is an academic endocrinologist, a health services researcher and an ardent advocate for inclusive medicine. As a leader in Canadian Clinical Practice Guidelines, Dr. Rabi is focused on improving person-centered care and the practice of shared decision making through the development of situational literacy.
Broadcasted live December 22nd, 2020Watch on Youtube Listen to KERCast
A commitment to supporting self-management of patients with diabetes with Steve Smith
Dr. Steven Smith is an emeritus consultant at the Mayo Clinic Rochester, Divisions of Endocrinology, Nutrition, and Metabolism and Health Services Evaluation. His clinical and research interests include the psychology of diabetes, measurements of satisfaction and health status, systems of care delivery for people with diabetes to include the relationship between specialists and generalists, and information management and the development and use of the Diabetes Electronic Management System.
Broadcasting live January 13th, 2021Watch on Youtube Listen to KERCast
If it was medicine it would just be called that. A journey to understand the normalization of innovations with Carl May
Carl May Ph.D is Professor of Medical Sociology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. He is a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences and an Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners in the UK. Carl’s research focuses on developing a richer understanding of the development and implementation of innovative healthcare interventions.
Broadcasted live February 4th, 2021Watch on Youtube Listen to KERCast