Group Concept Mapping Publications Spotlight
This month, researchers utilized the method to develop a user-friendly tool to help guide implementation projects; to review barriers to making healthier choices; to work with patients to understand emergency department use and develop a value-based care model; in education to understand faculty reporting and to develop a programming model; and to better understand outreach to vulnerable populations.
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Birken, S. A., Rohweder, C. L., Powell, B. J., Shea, C. M., Scott, J., Leeman, J., Grewe, M. E., Kirk, M. A., Damschroder, L., Aldridge II, W. A., Haines, E. R., Straus, S., & Presseau, J. (2018). T-CaST: An implementation theory comparison and selection tool. Implementation Science: 13:143. doi: 10.1186/s13012-018-0836-4.
Daoud, N., Jung, Y. E., Muhammad, A. S., Weinstein, R., Qaadny, A., Ghattas, F., Khatib, M., & Grotto, I. (2018). Facilitators and barriers to smoking cessation among minority men using the behavioral-ecological model and Behavior Change Wheel: A concept mapping study. PLOS One, 13(1), e0204657. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0204657.
Donaldson, A., Reimers, J. L., Brophy, K. T., Nicholson, M. (2018). Barriers to rejecting junk food sponsorship in sport – A formative evaluation using concept mapping. Public Health, 166(2019), 1-9. doi: 10.1016/j.puhe.2018.09.021.
Jorgensen, T. S., Lykkegaard J. J., Hansen, A., Schroder, H. M., Stampe, B., Sweeney, A. T., Esbensen, B. A., Bech, B., Christensen, K., Friis-Mikkelsen, E., Rogind, H., Lundbak, T., Taylor, P. C., Petersson, I. F., Waehrens, E. E., Kjellberg, J., Gudbergsen, H., Kristensen, L. E. (2018). Protocol for evaluating and implementing a pragmatic value-based healthcare management model for patients with inflammatory arthritis: A Danish population-based regional cohort and qualitative implementation study. BMJ Open, 8(10):e023915. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2018-023915.
Rising, K. L., Doyle, S. K., Powell, R. E., Doty, A. M. B., LaNoue, M., & Gerolamo, A. M. (2018). Use of group concept mapping to identify patient domains of uncertainty that contribute to emergency department use. Journal of Emergency Nursing, Advanced Online Publication. doi: 10.1016/j.jen.2018.05.015.
Streiner, S. C. & Besterfield-Sacre, M. E. (2018). Development of the global engineering programming model: A participatory, mixed-methods approach. Journal of International Engineering Education, 1(1), Article 3. doi: 10.23860/jiee.2018.01.01.03.
Velonis, A. & Forst, L. (2018). Outreach to low-wage and precarious workers: Concept mapping for public health officers. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 60(11), e610-e617. doi: 10.1097/JOM.0000000000001462.
Ziring, D., Frankel, R. M., Danoff, D., Isaacson, J. H., Lochnan, H. (2018). Silent witnesses: Faculty reluctance to report medical students’ professionalism lapses. Academic Medicine, 93(11), 1700-1706. doi: 10.1097/ACM.0000000000002188.
What Authors are Saying About Group Concept Mapping
“The participatory process encourages youth to fully take part in authoring the framework, while the resulting visualizations also retain sufficient simplicity for youth to meaningfully interpret multiple perspectives within the context of their worldview. In addition to being well-suited for use with teens and young adults, the concept mapping method is designed to collect and aggregate perspectives from multiple subgroups of interest. This approach therefore provided a means for exploring nuances in the convergence and divergence among teen, young adult, and adult professional perspectives in their own words, and in a way that standard survey methods using pre-developed scales are less able to capture.”
Goldman, A. W., Mulford, C. & Blachman-Demner, D. (2016). Advancing our approach to teen dating violence: A youth and professional defined framework of teen dating relationships. Psychology of Violence, 6(4), 497-508. doi: 10.1037/a0039849.
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