Group Concept Mapping Publications Spotlight for April
We applaud the great work being done by our clients and we are so proud to be part of it. This month we are highlighting these recent Group Concept Mapping publications authored by our clients.
Dopp, A. R., Parisi, K. E., Munson, S. A., & Lyon, A. R. (2020). Aligning implementation and user-centered design strategies to enhance the impact of health services: Results from a concept mapping study. Implementation Science Communications, 1:17(2020). doi: 10.1186/s43058-020-00020-w.
Klesges, L. M., Vinson, C. A., & Kane, M. (2018). Concept mapping of implementation research priorities in rural cancer control: A two-phased project. National Cancer Institute, University of Memphis Foundation.
McNeish, R., Walker, C., Massey, O., & Tran, Q. (2020) Using concept mapping to operationalize mental well-being for men and boys. American Journal of Community Psychology. Advanced Online Publication. doi: 10.1002/ajcp.12419.
Sampson, N. R., Price, C. E., Reppond, H. A., DeRoche, M., & Thomas-Brown, K. (2019). Feminist action research in response to food insecurity among college students. Action Research. Advanced Online Publication. doi: 10.1177/1476750320905893.
Soule, E. K., Lee, J. G. L., Egan, K. L., Bode, K. M., Desrosiers, A. C., Guy, M C., Breland, A., & Fagan, P. (2020). “I cannot live without my vape”: Electronic cigarette user-identified indicators of vaping dependence. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 201(1), 107886. doi: 10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2020.107886.
If you’ve published in the last few months and haven’t see your publication featured, please get in touch with us. We want to share your work with others, and learn from it ourselves. Thank you to all the authors who have provided us with publications.
Interested in more Group Concept Mapping publications? Visit our Bibliographies page for additional GCM publications arranged by topic.
Even as we all continue to face challenges that were unforeseen just a month ago, your work as important as ever. Just as we’ve supported the authors here, we want to help you continue your research and planning. Recalibrate your plan, and do your entire project in a virtual environment.
Group Concept Mapping (GCM) projects can be 100% virtual! Our tools can help you work remotely.
- Web-based training
- groupwisdomTM application for data collection and analysis (Compatible with common web browsers)
- Online GCM Resource Guide and groupwisdomTM tutorials
- Phone consultation support with Research Essentials
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