Model helps researchers to prepare for pragmatic trials

Dr. Eric Jutkowitz (pictured), Assistant Professor of Health Services, Policy & Practice, presented the Readiness Assessment Model for Pragmatic Trials (RAPT) model at CoHSTAR’s 2019 Implementation Science Institute. Co-developed with Rosa Baier, Q&I lead, RAPT is intended to help researchers assess their intervention's strengths and weaknesses when discussing whether or not an intervention is ready for a pragmatic trial and, if so, how to design it. 

Review Eric's poster to learn about RAPT.