It's the User, Not the Tool
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Corey really wants to know -- why do researchers like research so much? Matt Hudson joins Corey and Kerry to explore this question and get into the details about what makes discovery delightful, exciting, challenging, and infuriating. ********** Within Reach: The Quest for Information and Research, Healwell's virtual symposium is February 25-26. Earn NCBTMB-approved CEs while wearing comfy pants! Register here: https://www.healwell.org/literacy2023 ********** If you love this podcast, and want more shenanigans in your life, consider supporting us on Patreon: patreon.com/interdisciplinary ********** About Our Guest: Dr. Matthew F. Hudson is the Director of Cancer Care Delivery Research (CCDR) at Prisma Health (Greenville, South Carolina). Dr. Hudson conducts and oversees research on interventions mediating patient, clinician, and organizational factors influencing cancer care outcomes and patient well-being. Hudson is the Vice Chair of a national community oncology research base’s CCDR Committee (NRG Oncology). He also serves Prisma Health as a Health Sciences Center Research Director facilitating embedded researchers’ induction and production within the health care environment. Hudson holds a faculty appointment at the University of South Carolina’s Arnold School of Public Health, where he previously taught an introductory course in comparative effectiveness research. He also holds faculty appointments at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville, Clemson University School of Nursing, Clemson University School of Health Research, Clemson University’s Department of Public Health Sciences, and Wake Forest School of Medicine. Hudson also served as a member of the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute’s (PCORI) Patient Engagement Advisory Panel.… continue reading