Because of sharp increases in opioid overdoses, emergency doctors at Eskenazi Hospital in Indianapolis developed Project POINT to reach drug users when they are most receptive to change—soon after a …
Last month, Research Jam (AKA CHeP’s Patient Engagement Core) teamed up with their friends at All IN to host a booth at the Indiana State Fair. All IN is a …
Summer is just starting to heat up around the Research Jam office. Besides our own personal summer endeavors like gardening, family vacations, and basking in the sunshine, there are three big things to look forward to in our work this summer.
As part of our Factory Week we spent an afternoon volunteering at Gleaner’s Food Bank. Over 260,000 people in Indiana are receiving food assistance from Gleaner’s. According to gleaners.org, “That’s 1 …
In a jam session held in February, we introduced the Game of Liver Transplant to adolescents with biliary atresia and their parents. The object of the game is to move past your liver transplant.
Tony Fadell, product designer and creator of Nest, gives a TED Talk about how fighting habituation can help us notice hidden problems.
Nightscout was created by a group of parents of kids with Type 1 Diabetes who were tired of waiting for the continuous glucose monitoring device industry to give them what they needed.
This week, Research Jam is having a Factory Week. We’re looking forward to a change of scenery, a chance to get things done, and time for team building.
Why the public will adopt the conclusions of a Facebook post over those of your completely factual, well-reasoned academic paper and how better communication can help you do something about it.
This poster was created by Research Jam and presented at the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute‘s annual meeting on September 11, 2015. Follow and share: