The purpose of this research study is to test a patient-focused intervention to target stereotype threat, increase patient activation and improve medication adherence.
Prior research suggests the intervention we are testing is more effective among people who feel psychologically threatened, such as feeling like others are making negative judgments on the basis of race.
Your participation in our survey will help determine how providers’ implicit race associations influence the effect the intervention has on patient adherence to HTN medications.
This project includes two study groups, including:
Clicking on the link to the survey will direct you to a secure website that will measure your implicit race associations, using the Implicit Association Task, and ask you questions about your past training in cultural competency and your self-efficacy in caring for minority patients.
Time to complete the study: 10-15 minutes.
Confidentiality: Results will not be identified by name, clinic, or organization.
Login identifier: See your study materials & brochure.
Principal Investigator: Stacie Daugherty, MD, MSPH
Central Project Manager: Julie Maertens, PhD
Contact Study Administrators:
Denver Health; PI: Rebecca Hanratty, MD
Project Manager: Suzanne Dircksen
Kaiser Permanente CO; PI: John Steiner, MD, MPH
Project Manager: Leslie Wright
Kaiser Permanente MAS; PI: Suma Vupputuri, PhD
Project Manager: Christine Truong
Colorado Multiple Institutional Review Board Approval #16-0510
KPCO IRB Approval #CO-15-2292
KPMAS IRB Approval #MA-16-131