Featured Scholarly Work

Brown-Johnson C, Shankar M, Taylor NK, Safaeinili N, Shaw JG, Winget M, and Mahoney M. “Racial Bias… I’m Not Sure if It Has Affected My Practice”: a Qualitative Exploration of Racial Bias in Team-Based Primary Care." Journal of General Internal Medicine.2020, 1-3.

Brown‐Johnson C, Safaeinili N, Zionts D, Holdsworth L, Shaw JG, Asch SM, Mahoney M and Winget M. The Stanford Lightning Report Method: A comparison of rapid qualitative synthesis results across four implementation evaluations. Learn Health Sys. 2020;4(2). doi:10.1002/lrh2.10210

Safaeinili N, Brown‐Johnson C, Shaw JG, Mahoney M, Winget M. CFIR simplified: Pragmatic application of and adaptations to the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research (CFIR) for evaluation of a patient‐centered care transformation within a learning health system. Learn Health Sys. 2020;4(1). doi:10.1002/lrh2.10201

Brown-Johnson C, Shaw JG, Safaeinili N, Chan GK, Mahoney M, Asch S, and Winget M. Role definition is key-Rapid qualitative ethnography findings from a team-based primary care transformation. Learn Health Sys. 2019;3(3):e10188. doi:10.1002/lrh2.10188

Brown-Johnson CG, Chan GK, Winget M, Shaw JG, Patton K, Hussain R, Nwando Olayiwola J, Chang S, and Mahoney M. Primary Care 2.0: Design of a Transformational Team-Based Practice Model to Meet the Quadruple Aim. Am J Med Qual. 2019;34(4):339-347. doi:10.1177/1062860618802365

Levine M, Vollrath K, Nwando Olayiwola J, Brown Johnson C, Winget M, Mahoney M. Transforming medical assistant to care coordinator to achieve the Quadruple aim. SGIM Forum. 2018;4(4):1-2. doi:10.1370/afm.1475