Funding: Cheryl B. Aspy, PhD


COMPLETED RESEARCH SUPPORT (Selected from 2000-2013)

1R18HS19945-01  Mold (PI)       2010 – 2013
AHRQ
Leveraging Practice-Based Research Networks to Accelerate Efforts Implementation and Diffusion of Chronic Kidney Disease Guidelines in Primary Care Practices.
We propose to facilitate, using evidence-based strategies, implementation of chronic kidney disease guidelines in one practice in each of 32 different communities in four different states. We will then help each of those practices spread the guidelines to two additional practices within those same communities, reaching a total of 96 practices.  Strategies will include performance feedback, academic detailing, practice facilitation, IT support, local learning collaboratives, and inter-practice site visits.
Role: Project Coordinator

HHSA290 2007100091  Mold (PI)      2010 – 2012
AHRQ Task Order
Integrating Primary Care Practices and Community-Based Program to Manage Obesity
The purpose of this project is to link 24 primary care practices (PCPs) throughout Oklahoma with county-based nutrition education programs (NEPs) offered by the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Family and Consumer Sciences (OCES-FCS) Division.
Role: Co-Investigator

1 R01 HL091827-01 A 2  Mold (PI)      2009 – 2012
National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Implementation of NHBLI Asthma Guidelines in Primary Care: A Comparison of Four Approaches.
This application proposes to test the effectiveness of two approaches, quality circles and practice facilitation, designed to increase asthma management quality in primary care practices.
Role: Supervisor of Practice Enhancement Assistants

20090655   Mold (PI)      2010 – 2011
Oklahoma Healthcare Authority
Linking Primary Care Practices and Community-Based Nutrition Education Programs
The goal of this project is to facilitate and thereby increase referrals, from selected primary care practices throughout Oklahoma, of SoonerCare CHOICE patients at risk for obesity related health issues
Role:  Supervisor of Practice Enhancement Assistants

1R21HD061306-01  Vesely (PI)      2009 – 2011
National Institutes of Health (NIH)
A Longitudinal multi-Level Analysis of Health Disparities Among Adolescents
This study’s purpose is to examine associations among youth assets, environmental factors, and adolescent risky behaviors across youth sub-groups over a 4-year period.
Role: Co-investigator

1R03DA025265-01A1  Tolma (PI)      2009 – 2011
National Institutes of Health/ National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)
A Longitudinal Analysis of Gender, Youth Assets and Adolescent Substance Use
This study’s primary goal is to examine the role of youth assets in the prevention of substance use among adolescents with emphasis on differences by gender, race/ethnicity and age.
Role: Co-investigator

Grant #    Oman (PI)      2009 - 2010
In As Much Foundation
A longitudinal Study of Youth Assets and Risk Behaviors.
Role: Co-PI

2008-02   McGuinn (PI)      2008 – 2010
Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD)
Helping Family Practitioners Improve Developmental Services in Primary Care
This project aims to improve care provided by family practitioners which can lead to more timely receipt of services by children with developmental disabilities and in turn contribute to improve public health.
Role: Co-Investigator

C3050501   Mold (PI)      2007 – 2010
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)
Development and Testing of a “Wellness Portal
The goal of this project is to develop and test a patient wellness portal that activates and empowers patients to improve their preventive care collaborating with their primary care clinicians.
Role: Supervision of Practice Enhancements and Project Director

PO 20060426   Mold (PI)      2005 – 2010
Oklahoma Health Care Authority (OHCA)
Increasing EPSDT Completion Rates in Primary Care Practices
The purpose of this project is to improve EPSDT rates.
Role: Supervisor of Practice Enhancement Assistants

1 U01 DP000132-01  Oman (PI)      2005 – 2010
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Prospective Study of Youth Assets and Teen Pregnancy
The goal of the project is to investigate the relationships among youth assets, teen pregnancy, and sexual behavior.
Role: Co-Investigator

Grant #    Reilly (PI)      2005 – 2008
HRSA (Health Resources and Services Administration)
Training in Primary Care Medicine & Dentistry: Residency Training in Primary Care.
The goal of this project is to
Role: Co-Investigator

62333    Mold (PI)      2005 – 2007
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Systematic Delivery of Brief Behavioral Counseling in Primary Care
We will study the impact of a multi-component translational strategy on use of brief interventions for improving diet, increasing exercise, and reducing cigarette and alcohol use in primary care practices. The aims are to: 1) Develop and administer training modules pertaining to each behavior; 2) Implement the interventions; and 3) Evaluate the project for reach, effectiveness, adoption, implementation, and sustainability.
Role: Co-Investigator

1 R21 HS014850-02  Mold (PI)      2004 – 2006
AHRQ
Translating Research into Practice (TRIP): Delivery of Preventive Services in Primary Care.
There is evidence that office system strategies including nurse standing orders, when combined with decision-support, reminder and recall systems, special immunization and prevention clinics can increase preventive services in primary care.  This network has experience using several interventions to translate research findings into practice.
Role: Co-Investigator

S3137-23/23   Oman (PI)      2003 – 2007
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Longitudinal Study of Youth Assets and Teen Pregnancy
The goal of the project is to investigate the relationships among youth assets, teen pregnancy, sexual behavior and related risk behaviors. To achieve this goal we are tracking a cohort of youth (baseline ages 12 to 17) and their parents (N=1,000 youth/parent pairs) in a 3-year longitudinal study designed to assess the relationships between changes in youth assets and changes in sexual behavior, related risk behaviors (e.g., alcohol and drug use) and teen pregnancy.
Role:  Co-Investigator

S2041-22/22   Oman (PI)      2002 – 2006
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
The Relationships Among Youth Assets and Teen Pregnancy
The purpose of this study is to improve the psychometric properties of a youth asset instrument and to assess the relationships between youth assets and youth risk behaviors across demographic strata.  Role: Co- Investigator

1 D16 HP 00069-01  Schwiebert (PI)      2001 – 2004
PHS/HRSA
Development and Implementation of an Innovative Third Year Clinical Clerkship Curriculum
The major goals of this project are to develop, implement, and evaluate an innovative curriculum using problem-based learning and handheld computers to provide information resources and patient tracking.
Role: Evaluator

1 D22 HP 00221  Cobb (PI)      2001 – 2004
PHS/HRSA
Development and Implementation of a Procedures Rotation for Family Medicine Residents
The major goals of this project are to develop, implement, and evaluate a procedures rotation for family medicine residents to insure their competency and proficiency in conducting common office-based procedures.  The supporting curriculum and evaluation instruments are web-based and a PDA tracking system will also be developed.
Role: Evaluator

# 08102   Aspy (PI)      1999 – 2000
Oklahoma Center for Family Medicine Research
The Effect of Magnet Therapy on Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
The purpose of this double-blind, placebo-controlled randomized clinical trial was to determine the effectiveness of magnet therapy for the treatment
Role: PI

U88/CCU612534  Oman (PI)      1997 – 2003
CDC
Enhanced Evaluation of the HEART Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program
The major goals of this project are to determine the effects of youth asset development on youth risk behaviors such as smoking, alcohol and drug use, violence, and sexual intercourse. A total of 1350 households were surveyed including parent-teen pairs. Interviews were conducted in the home with computer based interviews of sensitive items for teens and interviewer-conducted interviews for parents.  Role: Co-investigator