Dr. Teresa Damush is a research health psychologist specializing in the design and evaluation of patient-centered programs that empower the patient to modify controllable factors that may improve health-related quality of life in both primary and specialty care practices.
Dr. Damush is an expert in implementation methodology including formative and summative evaluations; implementation strategies design and evaluation; and mixed methods evaluation.
As co-principal investigator for the Precision Monitoring to Transform Care (PRIS-M) QUERI Center, Dr. Damush’s research focuses on implementing evidence-based practices for stroke survivors and caregivers.
Areas of Focus:
- Implementation Science
- Quality Measurement.
Dr. Damush is an expert on active implementation methodology and patient self-management.
Dr. Teresa Damush is a health services researcher and health psychologist specializing in the design and evaluation of patient centered programs that empower the patient to modify controllable factors that may improve health-related quality of life in both primary and specialty care practices.
- patient self-management
- health psychology
- implementation science.
- Precision Monitoring to Transform Care - PRIS-M
- PeRsonalizing Options through Veteran Engagement
- Evaluation of the Implementation of a TeleRobotics Program for Stroke Patients: National Stroke Telerehab Headquarters for the Enterprise Wide Expansion of Rural Stroke Telerehab Access
- Telephone Assessment and Skill-Building Intervention for Informal Caregivers of Stroke and TBI patients.