Conduct quantitative and qualitative analyses on the opioid prescriber survey data in New Mexico. Additional PIRE Investigators Liz Lilliott-González, Ph.D. Martha Waller, Ph.D. Lei Zhang, Ph.D.
PIRE-Albuquerque is supporting the New Mexico Office of School & Adolescent Health (Department of Health) to develop and implement a comprehensive school nursing evaluation framework and a comprehensive school behavioral health evaluation framework using a mixed-method approach that includes qualitative data collection and analysis with school nurses, school administrators, and school behavioral health workers; surveys […]
Reducing youth suicide in the U.S. is a national public health priority. A supportive and safe school environment is pivotal to preventing youth suicide, and schools are now widely accepted as part of the de facto mental healthcare infrastructure for adolescents. Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth are at elevated risk for suicide. […]
American Indian elders are more likely to be uninsured and to suffer from greater morbidities, poorer health outcomes and quality of life, and lower life expectancies compared to all other aging populations in the U.S. Since 2014, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, plus state Medicaid expansion, has made it possible for American Indian […]
Reducing health inequities for sexual and gender minority (SGM) populations is a major public health priority. Compared to heterosexual, cisgender populations, SGM people are much more likely to suffer a variety of serious health conditions and are far less likely to access preventive services. Disparities are greater for SGM members of other health disparities populations […]