As a Medical Sociologist with over 15 years of experience engaging diverse health systems and communities to improve community and population health, I have devoted my career to reducing health disparities among disadvantaged and vulnerable populations and effectively training health care and research professionals and trainees in community engagement, diversity and inclusion, and the principles of authentic and impactful stakeholder collaborations. My expertise can be defined broadly within the context of developing effective community and health system partnerships to improve health outcomes, and conducting community health assessments to inform strategic priority setting, and program development, implementation and evaluation. Journal of Women'S Health Testing a behavioral intervention to improve adherence to adjuvant endocrine therapy AET. Contemporary Clinical Trials. Attitudes, perceptions, and strategies toward increasing cancer screening, treatment, and participation in research among Latinos.
Nadine J. Barrett, PhD | Minorities in Cancer Research Council | AACR Membership
To further refine your search, toggle appropriate sections on or off. Barrett, PhD. Nadine J. As a medical sociologist, Dr. Barrett applies over 20 years of health equity and stakeholder engagement expertise across several entities at Duke, locally, regionally and nationally. Currently she is the associate director of community engagement and stakeholder strategy for the Duke Cancer Institute and the Duke Clinical Translational Science Institute. She was the principal investigator of an NCI funded program entitled Project PLACE Population Level Approaches to Cancer Elimination , a community health assessment, engaging a diverse network of community partners to reach over diverse participants in North Carolina to understand access to care and biomedical research participation.
Nadine J. Kaslow, PhD, is an influential leader, dedicated mentor and compassionate clinician who is recognized for her contributions to the field of clinical psychology by organizations, mental health professionals and patients and their families alike. She is dedicated to providing the highest quality of care to individuals suffering from severe mental illness, particularly underserved and underprivileged populations, using culturally competent and evidence-based treatments. She is also passionate about mentoring the next generation of mental and behavioral health professionals and helping them along a fulfilling career path.
Nadine J. She currently concentrates her practice on construction law representing general contractors, subcontractors and design professionals in construction-related disputes. Foehl handles construction claims involving defects, breach of contract, negligence, delay and insurance coverage. She is building her construction law experience with a goal of ultimately becoming Board Certified in Construction Law by The Florida Bar. Foehl gained trial experience in as second chair to partner Tom Berger during back-to-back trials.