Kathryn E. Kanzler, PsyD, ABPP, Has New Publication Available Online

Dr. Kanzler recently published “Conducting a Pragmatic Trial in Integrated Primary Care: Key Decision Points and Considerations” in the Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings. She is a clinical health psychologist and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences with a joint appointment in Family and Community Medicine. Her research focuses on behavioral (non-medication) interventions to help people thrive while living with chronic diseases and health conditions such as diabetes and chronic pain. Dr. Kanzler’s primary research objective is to develop scalable (easily shared) interventions to help reduce health disparities and improve health equity and outcomes for diverse communities.

In this article, Dr. Kanzler shares her experience using the PRECIS-2 Tool in conducting a pragmatic clinical trial on behavioral health consultants treating chronic pain in primary care and provided recommendations for future studies.

Full-text access to this article is available here.


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