Cutler Institute for Health and Social Policy

Population Health and Health Policy

Prashant Mittal

Practice Faculty, Public Health; Statistician/Research Analyst II
Prashant Mittal

Office

410 Wishcamper Center

Contact Information

Phone: (207) 228-8145

Education: University of Delhi, BSc Mathematics, 1996; University of Delhi, MSc Mathematics, 1998; University of Southern Maine, MS Statistics, 2000

Areas of Expertise: statistics, data analysis, SAS, SPSS.

Research Interests: behavioral risk factors for diabetes and asthma.

Recent Publications

Joly BM, Booth M, Mittal P, Zhang Y. Using the QI Maturity Tool to Classify Agencies Along a Continuum. Front Public Health Serv Syst Res. March 28 2013;2(3):Article 2.

Joly BM, Pukstas-Bernard K, Elbaum-Williamson M, Mittal P. Promoting Early Detection of Psychosis: The Role of Community Outreach. J Public Mental Health. 2012;11(4):195-208.

Joly BM, Booth M, Shaler G, Mittal P. Assessing Quality Improvement in Local Health Departments: Results from the Multi-State Learning Collaborative. J Public Health Manag Pract. Jan-Feb 2012;18(1):79-86.

Joly BM, Booth M, Mittal P, Shaler G. Measuring Quality Improvement in Public Health: The Development and Psychometric Testing of a QI Maturity Tool. Eval Health Prof. Jun 2012;35(2):119-147.

Woodworth B, Steen-Adams M, Mittal P. Role of an Environmental Studies Course on the Formation of Environmental Worldviews: A Case Study of a Core Curriculum Requirement Using the Nep Scale. J Environ Stud Sci. 2011(online):1-12.

Joly BM, Shaler G, Booth M, Conway A, Mittal P. Evaluating the Multi-State Learning Collaborative. J Public Health Manag Pract. 2010;16(1):61-66.

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