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SPRC Annual Scientific Research Symposium - Shared screen with speaker view
Randall Stafford
43:27
Second Half 2:17 pmDecision support for patients with chronic disease: digital design to optimize patient-2:29 pm centered outcomes Randall Stafford, M.D., Ph,D,Leveraging programmatic and clinical trials data to understand the multi-level influences on PrEP for HIV prevention among adolescent girls and young women in KenyaYing Qing Chen, Ph.D. 2:41 pm Statins and Diabetes: the Missing LinkJoshua Knowles 2:53 pmOne-minute Move and Stretch Break2:54 pmLessons learned from a pilot project using a mobile health intervention for postpartum momsSandra Tsai, M.D., M,P,H.3:06 pmLarge Scale Evidence and Meta-ResearchJohn P. A. Ioannidis, M.D., D.Sc. 3:18 pmTheISCHEMIA Trial:Lessons LearnedDavid J. Maron, M.D., FACC, FAHA 3:30 pm Closing Remarks & Adjourn - David J. Maron, M.D., FACC, FAHA
Ying Qing Chen
44:08
Thanks!
abby king
50:55
sally must have joined us when she was just in high school :-)
Darlyne Andrade Esparza SPRC
51:49
yes. Congrats to all of us. Great Dept to be a part of.
Ann Hsing
51:57
Congrats to all who have been with SPRC/Stanford for so long. Thank you all so much for your dedication! Kudos!
abby king
53:16
Some of us are close to 30, Randy! ;-)
Darlyne Andrade Esparza SPRC
54:04
Go Abby and Randy!!!!!!!!!
christopher gardner
01:57:46
FANTASTIC Michaela! We’ll want a Thursday afternoon seminar on the paper…and we all want a copy. Congrats!!!
Aubrey Roberts
02:15:14
Go Jennifer!!
Grace Achepohl (she/her)
02:15:23
^^!
Marcia Stefanick (she/her)
02:30:43
Just to let you know - she has gone way over 12 minutes but she and Cathy Heaney are sharing the time - so I hope she’s leaving enough time for Cathy
Ann Hsing
02:33:28
Apology for going over!
Marcia Stefanick (she/her)
02:37:55
APOLOGIES for not realizing I needed to cut Ann off sooner - she went 4 minutes over in the 21 minutes total the 2 of them agreed on - but I think we need to give Cathy a few more minutes - at least we had a 10 minutes break coming up - it will now be a shorter break - SORRY
christopher gardner
02:38:21
That makes sense….all good
Ann Hsing
02:38:31
My bad! Apology to all!
jodi prochaska
02:45:59
Bravo Marily - wonderful modeling of resiliency, perseverance, and high creativity!
jodi prochaska
02:47:26
Yeah Jessie!
Erin Vogel
02:49:27
Wonderful, Marily! Thank you for your honesty about your research process. This is exactly why I’m such a big fan of yours :)
Marcia Stefanick (she/her)
03:01:11
ORDER OF PRESENTATIONS for Second Set
Marcia Stefanick (she/her)
03:01:18
Randy - now speaking
Marcia Stefanick (she/her)
03:01:28
Ying Qing Chen
Marcia Stefanick (she/her)
03:01:35
Joshua Knowles
Marcia Stefanick (she/her)
03:01:41
Sandra Tsai
Marcia Stefanick (she/her)
03:01:50
John Ioannidis
Marcia Stefanick (she/her)
03:01:54
David Maron
abby king
03:13:14
Love this, Randy! It is pioneering to have the decisional conflict as the primary outcome. Who did the video-graphical-digital platform work for you?
Randall Stafford
03:15:40
In answer to Abby: The storyline and video were developed in conjunction with Daylight Design, a spin-off from IDEO.
abby king
03:16:11
Cool; I'd like to talk with you further about them.
abby king
03:24:39
Can Everyone Mute their computers to diminish background sounds? Many thanks!
abby king
03:26:50
Thanks, Ying! Very impressive work.
abby king
03:37:02
It's very cool that SPRC's research spans the continuum of science (from more basic/mechanistic questions to environment/policy impacts). David, it might be valuable to develop a figure plotting the different types of research that we've been hearing about today across that continuum. Could put it on our website, and in any SPRC materials.
abby king
03:41:13
Could also develop similar Figures focusing on other cross-cutting issues & themes for SPRC, e.g., life course, diverse populations, etc.
David Maron
03:44:36
Great ideas. Who is skilled in creating such figures?
abby king
04:00:56
David, do you know if Dept. of Medicine has any resources in terms of graphical designs for public-facing communications to get SPRC further on people's radar? (both at the university and beyond). Do we have access to Mike Helms? He does amazing figure/graphics development for grants and perhaps for other groups?
Josh Knowles
04:08:06
The best tool is Biorender. https://biorender.com
Josh Knowles
04:08:40
I would guess that someone either a PI or trainee has experience with this and Stanford has a license. It is an amazing tool for making professional looking figures like this.
christopher gardner
04:13:34
Thank you Marcia!! ❤️
Dana Clemons
04:13:48
Thanks for all the hard work everybody!
christopher gardner
04:13:52
Thank you leadership…..David, Jodi, Diana!!
jodi prochaska
04:13:53
Thank you Marcia, Diana — bravo all!
Ann Hsing
04:14:00
Thank you, Marcia!
Alyssa Giezlee Sacro
04:14:03
Thank you everyone!! :)
Ann Hsing
04:14:22
Thank you, David and Jodi for your wonderful leadership!
jodi prochaska
04:14:53
Sorry I need to run to a supervision session