Please join us for our next Brown Bag seminar with Oladunni Oluwoye, PhD, assistant professor in the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine at Washington State University, Spokane on “Blending Implementation Science and Intervention Development to Address Inequities along the Pathway Throughout Care.”
Dr. Oluwoye is an assistant professor in the Department of Community and Behavioral Health in the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine at Washington State University, Spokane and the Co-Director of the Washington State Center of Excellence in Early Psychosis. She is a health services researcher that utilizes culturally- and community-informed approaches to address inequities in mental health care. Dr. Oluwoye also serves as the lead evaluator for New Journeys, a network of coordinated specialty care programs in Washington State. She has received funding from NIMH, SAMHSA, and state funded contracts. From National Institute of Mental Health her work includes a mentored research scientist award (K01) and two R34s all of which are focused on the development and implementation of strategies to increase engagement and address inequities in in early intervention programs for psychosis and the pathways to mental health services.
Meeting URL: https://rutgers.zoom.us/j/96640128822?pwd=RVkvVU5PTEluQjlzSHJiUXJRckxrQT09&from=addon
Meeting ID: 966 4012 8822