Dr. Holden is a human factors engineer and social-cognitive psychologist and has collaborated with the Chui SAMS Lab on multiple grants within the over-the-counter medication safety portfolio. He is a national leader in the application of human factors engineering and psychology to design and evaluate sociotechnical interventions to improve health and health care.
Dr. Jacobson is an interpretive social scientist and has collaborated with the Chui SAMS Lab on multiple grants within the over-the-counter medication safety portfolio. She uses qualitative, mixed, and community-based participatory methods to study the delivery of health services and the design of health policy. She is also the qualitative methodologist for the Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
Dr. Kleinschmidt is a board-certified physician with a practice in ambulatory and inpatient general medicine. He has collaborated with the Chui SAMS Lab on multiple grants within the CancelRx research portfolio. He is also the Physician Informatics Director for Health IT Safety at UW Health. In this role, he serves on several institutional committees governing the implementation and management of health IT at UW health with a focus on proactive and reactive management of patient safety concerns.
Dr. Mott is a health services researcher and has served as a collaborator and co-PI on multiple projects within the Chui SAMS Lab, including the safe prescribing of opioid medications. His research focus is studying the public health impact of pharmacists and includes developing, implementing, evaluating, and disseminating interventions to improve public health, medication safety, and patient outcomes.
Dr. Ramly is a health systems engineer and has collaborated with the Chui SAMS Lab on multiple grants within the CancelRx research portfolio. His work focuses on designing best practices for ambulatory care, while balancing standardization and local adaptations. More specifically, he aims to integrate clinical evidence, implementation strategies, and organizational processes to increase the chances of clinical innovations becoming routine practice.
Dr. Welch is a practicing pharmacist at the VA Geriatrics Primary Care Clinic in Madison, WI. She has collaborated with the Chui SAMS Lab on multiple grants within the over-the-counter medication safety portfolio. Her clinical practice involves a geriatric patient population and ensuring medication appropriateness in said patient population through clinics providing geriatrics specialty care to rural patients through telemedicine modalities in addition to her work in the VA Geriatrics Primary Care Clinic.
ICTR has provided funding for pilot work as well as many resources for research conducted in the Chui SAMS Lab.
UW Health has served as a close partner on several projects in the Chui SAMS Lab, including the CancelRx research portfolio.
Fort HealthCare has partnered with the Chui SAMS Lab to conduct research on the safe prescribing of opioid medications.
The Chui SAMS Lab is currently partnering with Advocate Aurora Healthcare to support the safety selection and use of OTC medications in their community pharmacies.
The Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin has served as a close partner on several Chui SAMS Lab projects and has assisted in recruiting pharmacists and disseminating study results.
Dr. Chui currently serves as co-investigator on two Patient Safety Learning Lab grants funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality: