Group Concept Mapping Publications Spotlight for May
This month we are highlighting these recent Group Concept Mapping publications authored by our clients. Researchers have utilized the method to 1. answer questions about electronic cigarettes using a multidisciplinary model, 2. make an assessment of the association between implementation strategy use, 3. review the uptake of hepatitis C treatment, and 4. reach a consensus on the breastfeeding (EBF) strategy model to improve the six-month EBF rate in Northeast Thailand.
If you’ve published in the last few months and haven’t seen your publication highlighted, please get in touch with us. We want to share your work with others and learn from it ourselves. Thank you to all the authors who have provided us with publications.
Breland, A., Balster, R. L., Cobb, C., Fagan, P., Foulds, J., Koch, J. R., Lipato, T., Saliba, N., Shihadeh, A., Shumei, S., & Eissenberg, T. (2019). Answering questions about electronic cigarettes using a multidisciplinary model. American Psychologist, 74(3), 368-379. doi: 10.1037/amp0000426.
Rogal, S. S., Yakovchenko, V., Waltz, T. J., Powell, B. J., Gonzalez, R., Park, A., Chartier, M., Ross, D., Morgan, T. R., Kirchner, J. E., Proctor, E. K., & Chinman, M. J. (2019). Longitudinal assessment of the association between implementation strategy use and the uptake of hepatitis C treatment: Year 2. Implementation Science, 14:36. doi: 10.1186/s13012-019-0881-7.
Thepha, T., Marais, D., Bell, J., & Muangpin, S. (2019). Concept mapping to reach consensus on a three-year six-month EBF strategy model to improve the six-month EBF rate in Northeast Thailand. Maternal & Child Nutrition. Advanced Online Publication. doi: 10.1111/mcn.12823.
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