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It is truly an inspiration to be part of a team that works so tirelessly to improving health and well-being among American Indian communities. The level of real collaboration between local communities and research at the Center is remarkable, and I feel very honored to be a small part of this joint effort to raise the health status and health leadership among Native people.
Emily Haroz, PhD joined the Center for American Indian Health at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health as an Assistant Scientist in July, 2016. She has extensive experience in the implementation and evaluation of programs addressing mental and behavioral health. Her background is in quantitative methods, advanced statistical approaches and epidemiology. She has conducted numerous studies to understand mental and behavioral health problems and programs across a wide range of diverse populations. Emily will be working with the behavioral health team on implementation of programs to address mental and behavioral health problems and promote well-being among AI/AN populations.
- Informing precision home-visiting: Identifying families who benefit most from Family Spirit.
- Utilizing partnerships to design a precision approach to implementing evidence-based home visiting
- A community participatory process for adapting Family Spirit for other communities