The Applied Research division at St. Luke's conducts innovative research to improve patient quality of life, support population health, and deliver economic value. Applied research focuses on real-world issues to address practice, policy, behavior, and the environment.
An integrative model of population and community health to create effective linkages between the clinical and community settings.
Research into long-term effects of concussion, including impact on quality of life, to assist in providing effective treatment and management plans for patients.
Promoting healthy behaviors as foundational to medical care, disease prevention, and health promotion.
Optimizing physical and mental health outcomes to improve health-related quality of life among bariatric patients.
Researching appropriate care coordination models to improve care.
Recognizing that social and environmental determinants of health are primary drivers and need to be addressed when focusing on disease prevention and management.
Optimizing screening and treatment to prevent suicide.
St. Luke's Investigators and Partners
To support applied research in our community, please select St. Luke's Research and designate Applied Research under special comments about your donation.
Questions? Call (208) 381-5355.