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Rebekah Pratt, PhD

FMCH Faculty Rebekah Pratt, PhD, head shotAppointment

Assistant Professor

Program/Area

Research 

Education

PhD, University of Edinburgh

Contact Information

717 Delaware St SE, Ste 454
Minneapolis, MN 55455
612-625-1196
rjpratt@umn.edu

Current Grants

2014-19, NIH, co-investigator, "Enhancing Smoking Cessation in Homeless Populations"

2013-16, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, co-investigator, "Measuring variation in the integration of primary care and public health: a multi-state PBRN study of local integration and health outcomes"

2013-14, UCare Fund, PI, "Improving the Mental Health of Somali Women in Minnesota: Testing the Use of an Evidence-Based Peer and Community Health Worker Delivered Train the Trainer Intervention"

Recent Publications

Haesly B, Nanney MS, Coulter S, Fong S, Pratt RJ. Impact on staff of improving access to the school breakfast program: a qualitative study. J Sch Health. 2014;84(4):267-74.

Bradstreet S, Pratt R. Developing peer support worker roles: reflecting on experiences in Scotland. Mental Health and Social Inclusion. 2010;14:3.

Peardon L, Yellowlees D, Pratt R, Reid J, O'Donnell M, Ness A, et al. The use of innovative methods designed to relieve social isolation in patients with chronic heart failure: volunteer befriending, forums and a newsletter. European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing. 2010;9:181-7.

Boyd K, Worth A, Kendall M, Pratt R, Hockley J, Denvir M, Murray S. Making sure services deliver for people with advanced heart failure: a longitudinal qualitative study of patients, family carers, and health professionals. Palliative Medicine. 2009;23(8):767-6.

Pratt R, Halliday E, Maxwell M. Professional and service user perceptions of self-help in primary care mental health services. Health and Social Care in the Community. 2009;17(2):209-15. 

 


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