Emily E. Haroz, MA, MHS, PhD
Department of Mental Health
Center for American Indian Health
Emily 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 including conflict and torture affected population. Emily is faculty member of the Applied Mental Health Research (AMHR) group and has a joint appointment with the Center for American Indian Health.
- Measurement Based Care for mental health disorders
- Cultural dimensions of mental health
- Implementation research in low resource settings
- Sustainability of community based mental health programs
- Development, reliability and validity of the International Depression Symptom Scale (IDSS): A measurement instrument for global presentations of depression. (in revision)
- How is depression experienced around the world? A systematic review of qualitative literature. Social Science & Medicine.
- Development process of an assessment tool for disruptive behavior problems in cross-cultural settings: the Disruptive Behavior International Scale–Nepal version (DBIS-N). International Journal of Culture and Mental Health.
- Depression symptoms across cultures: an IRT analysis of standard depression symptoms using data from eight countries. Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology
Honors and Awards:
- Fellow in Implementation Science
- Training Institute for Dissemination and Implementation Research in Health (TIDIRH)
- National Institute of Health and National Cancer Institute
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