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  1. Helfrich CD, Hartmann CW, Parikh TJ, Au DH. Promoting Health Equity through De-Implementation Research. Ethnicity & disease. 2019 Feb 21; 29(Suppl 1):93-96.
  2. Helfrich CD, Parikh T, Feemster LC, Wiener RS, Au DH, Rinne ST. Improving Quality and Safety of Care for Veterans with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. Veterans' Perspectives. 2019 Jan 15.
  3. Rinne ST, Wiener RS, Chen Y, Rise P, Udris E, Feemster LC, Au DH. Impact of Guideline Changes on Indications for Inhaled Corticosteroids among Veterans with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine. 2018 Nov 1; 198(9):1226-1228.
  4. Helfrich CD, Rose AJ, Hartmann CW, van Bodegom-Vos L, Graham ID, Wood SJ, Majerczyk BR, Good CB, Pogach LM, Ball SL, Au DH, Aron DC. How the dual process model of human cognition can inform efforts to de-implement ineffective and harmful clinical practices: A preliminary model of unlearning and substitution. Journal of evaluation in clinical practice. 2018 Feb 1; 24(1):198-205.
  5. Wang V, Maciejewski ML, Helfrich CD, Weiner BJ. Working smarter not harder: Coupling implementation to de-implementation. Healthcare (Amsterdam, Netherlands). 2018 Jun 1; 6(2):104-107.
  6. Helfrich CD, Stryczek K. De-implementing inhaled corticosteroids to improve quality and safety for patients with mild-to-moderate COPD: Mixed-methods findings of primary-care providers' perspectives. QUERI Implementation Network Series [Cyberseminar]. HSR&D. 2017 Dec 7.
  7. Winchester DE, Schmalfuss C, Helfrich CD, Beyth RJ. A specialty-specific, multimodality educational quality improvement initiative to deimplement rarely appropriate myocardial perfusion imaging. Open heart. 2017 May 16; 4(1):e000589.
  8. Helfrich CD. De-implementation of ineffective and harmful clinical practices: Preliminary thoughts on a planned-action model based on unlearning and substitution. Presentation at the Health Promotion Research Center Seminar, University of Washington.. 2016 Sep 8.
  9. Helfrich CD. De-implementation of ineffective and harmful clinical practices: unlearning and substitution. [Cyberseminar]. 2016 Jul 7.
  10. Helfrich CD, Hartmann CW, Rose AJ, Winchester D, Zeliadt SB, Majerczyk B, Au DH. A Conceptual Framework for Developing De-Implementation Strategies Based on Un-Learning and Substitution. Poster session presented at: AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting; 2016 Jun 26; Boston, MA.
  11. Zeliadt SB, Takasugi J, Todd KL, Hammond KW, Laundry R, Feemster LM, Helfrich CD, Reinke LF, Dawadi S, Greene PA, Au DH. Incomplete and Inappropriate Recommendations by Radiologist for Small and Stable Lung Nodules. Poster session presented at: American Thoracic Society Annual International Conference; 2016 May 13; San Francisco, CA.
  12. Helfrich CD. Using the VA All Employee Survey for implementation research: Example of workplace climate and morale in primary care clinics as predictors of medical home implementation. [Cyberseminar]. 2016 Mar 3.
  13. Au DH, Zeliadt SB, Winchester D. A conceptual framework for developing de-implementation strategies based on un-learning and substitution. Poster session presented at: AcademyHealth Annual Interest Groups Meeting; 2015 Dec 14; Washington, DC.