Research Disseminaton

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Pilot Awardee Snapshots

Round 4

Laura Mintz
Rachel Pope
Owusua Yamoah

Round 3

Elizabeth Benninger
Milana Bogorodskaya
Katherine Slain
Kristi Westphaln

Round 2

Carolyn Harmon Still
Vanessa Maier
Misty Luminais

Round 1

Heather Hardin
Dana Prince
Johnie Rose

Posters and Presentations

“What are the barriers to access and gaps in service from the perspective of Trans women seeking health care among various Cuyahoga county health clinics?” – Carey Gibbons
“Guided Imagery: A Promising Tool for Nonprofit Employee Stress Reduction” – Kim Kiley
“Barriers to access and perceptions of massage therapy among patients receiving services at a public hospital system in Northeast Ohio” – Diane Mastnardo
“The Prevalence of Chronic Illness among Children with DSM-IV-TR Axis | Diagnoses” – Julie Merker
“Examining the Delivery of an Evidence-based Health Literacy Intervention: A Mixed Methods Study Among Newly Insured African Americans” – Yvonne Oliver
“Breast Health Community Health Workers: Determinants of Occupational Retention” – Patricia Terstenyak
“Characteristics of Enabling Service Users vs Non Users in a Federally Qualified Health Center serving Limited English Proficient populations in Greater Cleveland, Ohio” – Cathy Vue

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Reports and Data Briefs

Listed below are selected reports authored or co-authored by faculty and staff members at the Case Center for Health Equity Engagement Education and Research.

Mental Health Needs and Service Delivery Capacity for Refugees Living in Cuyahoga County, Ohio: An Analysis and Recommendations
Concerned about inadequately treated mental illness within refugee populations in Greater Cleveland, the Refugee Services Collaborative (RSC), with funding support from the Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board of Cuyahoga County, contracted with the Case Western Reserve University Center for Health Equity Engagement Education and Research to assess refugee mental health needs, and based on that assessment, to make recommendations for improving access to effective care. 
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Cohorts 1 & 2 of the Community Research Scholars Initiative (CRSI) and the Co-Directors

CHEEER Completes Five-Year Community Research Scholar Initiative
With funding support from the National Institutes of Health, the Case Western Center for Health Equity Engagement Education and Research—a partnership between Case Western Reserve University and MetroHealth Systems launched CRSI in 2011 as a multi-year training, mentoring, and research development effort that partnered directly with social service agencies confronting health disparities among northeast Ohio residents. Click here read the full article.



A Cross-Sectional Study of SARS-CoV-2 Vaccination Among Employees of an Urban Safety-Net Health Care System
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OUT | The National Cancer Survey: Summary of Findings
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