Cutler Institute for Health and Social Policy

Population Health and Health Policy

Evaluation of Community Outreach Efforts for the EDIPP Program

1/1/2007 - 1/30/2008
Principal Investigator: 
Brenda Joly
Maine Medical Center

This project involves a comprehensive evaluation of community outreach and training efforts for a national demonstration/replication project focusing on the early detection and intervention for the prevention of psychosis, sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Muskie will collaborate with the National Program Office to develop and implement an evaluation plan designed to explore community outreach efforts and outcomes. Logic models will be used to guide the evaluation and both process and outcome indicators will be explored. Anticipated data collection will be based on a mised methods approach.

Start Date: 
Mon, 2007-01-01
End Date: 
Wed, 2008-01-30
Legacy Muskie ID: 
4 488

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Hartley Retires as Director of the Maine Rural Health Research Center

David Hartley, PhD

David Hartley, PhD, the Director of the Maine Rural Health Research Center (MRHRC) and a Research Professor of Public Health has announced that he will be retiring from the University of Southern Maine August 31st, 2014. David came to the University in 1994 and has directed the MRHRC since 2004. Andy Coburn, PhD, Research Professor of Public Health, will take over as the new MRHRC Director. Erika Ziller, PhD continues in her role as Deputy Director. David has had a distinguished career in rural health and rural health research, and has made lasting contributions to the field with his work on rural behavioral health, rural disparities and health, and rural active living.

A celebration will be scheduled in early fall to honor David and his many contributions to the field and the University.


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