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QHFP Director Co-Authors National Study Publications
August 23, 2010
QHFP actively participates in community-partnered research activities with UCLA, USC, RAND and other local academic and community-based organizations. QHFP is currently serving as a lead community partner on the Community Partners in Care (CPIC), an NIH-funded study led jointly by community and academic partners, designed to evaluate the efficacy of large-scale community-engagement efforts around access to quality care for depression. QHFP Director, Dr. Elizabeth Dixon has co-authored three articles based on the CPIC study.
Dixon, E. L., & Flaskerud, J. H. (2010). Community tailored responses to depression care. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 31, 611-613.
Chung, B., Jones, L., Dixon, E. L., Miranda, J., Wells, K. and Community Partners in Care Steering Council (2010). Using a Community Partnered Participatory Research Approach to Implement a Randomized Controlled Trial: Planning Community Partners in Care. Journal of Healthcare for the Poor and Underserved, 21, 780-795.
Khodyakov, D., Mendel, P., Dixon, E., Jones, A., Masongsong, Z., & Wells, K. (2009). Community Partners in Care: Leveraging Community Diversity to Improve Depression Care for Underserved Populations. The International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, 9(2), 167-181.more news...]