Michael Pullmann, PhD

Mike Pullmann, PhD. is a methodologist and biostatistician. His research focuses on digital mental health, the possible unforeseen consequences and outcomes associated with implementation strategies, and community-based and participatory approaches in cross-system collaborative efforts to serve youth and families with complex needs. He provides research and methodological leadership across multiple research centers including the UW School Mental Health Assessment, Research, and Training (SMART) Center, the UW ALACRITY Center, and the UW Impact Center. He is the host of That Implementation Science Podcast with his colleague from the UW Department of Psychology, Kevin King.

Education

Vanderbilt University, PhD, Community Research and Action

Department Affiliations

Other Affiliations

University of Washington Optimizing Implementation in Cancer Control (OPTICC) Center

University of Washington Impact Center

Recent Publications

Development of a method for Making Optimal Decisions for Intervention Flexibility during Implementation (MODIFI): a modified Delphi study.
(2024 Jun 17)
Implement Sci Commun 5(1): 64
Brewer SK, Corbin CM, Baumann AA, Stirman SW, Jones JM, Pullmann MD, Lyon AR, MODIFI Expert Panel

Getting cozy with causality: Advances to the causal pathway diagramming method to enhance implementation precision.
(2024 Jan-Dec)
Implement Res Pract 5(): 26334895241248851
Klasnja P, Meza RD, Pullmann MD, Mettert KD, Hawkes R, Palazzo L, Weiner BJ, Lewis CC

Protocol for a hybrid type 3 effectiveness-implementation trial of a pragmatic individual-level implementation strategy for supporting school-based prevention programming.
(2024 Jan 2)
Implement Sci 19(1): 2
Lyon AR, Cook CR, Larson M, Hugh ML, Dopp A, Hamlin C, Reinke P, Bose M, Law A, Goosey R, Goerdt A, Morrell N, Wackerle-Hollman A, Pullmann MD

Supervisory Alliance as a Moderator of the Effects of Behavioral Rehearsal on TF-CBT Fidelity: Results from a Randomized Trial of Supervision Strategies.
(2024 Mar)
Adm Policy Ment Health 51(2): 254-267
Triplett NS, AlRasheed R, Johnson C, McCabe CJ, Pullmann MD, Dorsey S

Study protocol: Novel Methods for Implementing Measurement-Based Care with youth in Low-Resource Environments (NIMBLE).
(2023 Nov 28)
Implement Sci Commun 4(1): 152
Martinez RG, Weiner BJ, Meza RD, Dorsey S, Palazzo LG, Matson A, Bain C, Mettert KD, Pullmann MD, Lewis CC

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