Dr. Coman presented research, along with the PI Dr. Mohammad Khan (from UConn, Storrs) and the emotions expert Dr. Ross Buck, at the 2016 Trust and Influence Program Review, in Washington, D.C., on June 15, 2016. Continue reading
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May 12, 2016
A team of researchers from HDI presented at the 14th Annual Training Institute, organized by the Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness (CCEH). The theme was ‘Ready for Zero: Innovative and Sustainable Solutions for Housing’. The presentation illustrated how to combine evidence by analyzing various data sources like HMIS, surveys, focus groups, case studies obtained from the same participants, through alternative means of collection. HD dimensions of the RRH program were also reported on.
Evaluating Rapid Rehousing Programming in Connecticut. Aubri Drake, MSW, Bhumika Parikh, MPH Emil Coman, PhD Judith Fifield, PhD From Shelter to Home: Best Practices in Responding to Family Homelessness The Power of Data: CT HMIS today and tomorrow
Thursday, May 12, 2016, 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford, CT
Drs. Fifield, Villagra and Coman have been guest lectures in a new course taught by Dr. Helen Wu, “Diversity and Health Equity,” in the Master of Public Health program at UConn Health. They presented current and recent Health Disparities work in: reducing disparities in African American communities, health insurance literacy, education and simplification, and modern health disparities methods.
Thank you to the Connecticut Health Foundation for sponsoring a successful symposium. The cross-sectoral audience was primarily comprised of state public officials, business leaders, funders, community based organizations, researchers, and health equity and policy advocates.