About Amy Kilbourne
Amy Kilbourne is a health services research and implementation scientist who develops implementation strategies and tests their effectiveness in improving quality of care in real-world settings using novel study designs. She has conducted several multi-site randomized trials of implementation strategies suing SMART and other designs to improve physical and mental health outcomes in community-based practices, large integrated health systems, and in schools with a focus on improving health for at-risk, marginalized, and underserved populations. As Director of the Quality Enhancement Research Initiative (QUERI) in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, she has supported the implementation of informatics and policy-level strategies in the federal government, notably to fulfill core requirements of the Foundations for Evidence-based Policymaking Act (US Public Law 115-435).
Dr. Kilbourne is also Associate Chair for Research in the Department of Learning Health Sciences and teaches Advanced Implementation Science in the DLHS Health Infrastructures and Learning Systems program.
Hybrid Experimental Designs for Developing Mobile Interventions
Optimization of Adaptive Interventions
Leveraging digital technology to improve employee health and well-being: New intervention and experimental approaches
Advances in Adaptive Interventions to Improve Outcomes for Individuals with SUD and HIV
Optimizing the Adaptation and Personalization of SUD Services
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