Dr. Holden is the Principal Investigator (PI) of a new project applying social network science to study and improve the change in medication safety awareness and behavior. The project is a partnership between the IU Center for Aging Research (Drs. Holden, Campbell, Boustani, and Monahan) and the IU Network Science Institute (Drs. Eddens, Krendl). Read more about the SNA-P project.
A new 10-year mapping review of the field of patient ergonomics, authored by Holden, Cornet, and Valdez, is now available from the journal Applied Ergonomics. For a limited time, the article can be accessed free of charge.
The R2D2 trial is an R01 led by Dr. Noll Campbell of the Purdue College of Pharmacy. It will test a pharmacy-based anticholinergic deprescribing intervention for older adults. Campbell co-directs the Brain Safety Lab with Dr. Holden.
Dr. Richard Holden and Dr. Rupa Valdez (U Virginia) were invited to organize a second town hall on Patient Ergonomics as part of the 2019 Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society in Seattle, Washington. The town hall follows a well attended 2018 town hall, the first ever on the topic of patient-centered human factors.