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Jennifer L. Ridgeway, Ph.D., is a health services researcher with expertise in qualitative and mixed methods research, formative and process evaluation, and implementation science. She is interested in approaches that appreciate the complexity in health care and use a mix of methods — along with stakeholder engagement — to develop, implement and evaluate interventions that are acceptable, feasible and evidence based.
Dr. Ridgeway works collaboratively with clinical and community partners on projects to make care more patient centered, collaborative and equitable. This includes research to help clinicians understand and assess outcomes that matter to patients and research on the ways that clinicians collaborate across specialties and settings so patients get best-evidence care close to home.
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