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Monica Mitchell, PhD, is co-director of INNOVATIONS, a divisional and medical center program that consults with schools and nonprofit community agencies, including Head Start and the United Way, to conduct program evaluations and identify behavioral health resources for underserved children and families. Through this program, she engages in a number of community and public policy efforts.
INNOVATIONS in Community Research and Program Evaluation is a service at Cincinnati Children’s that offers a wide range of services to all levels of community agencies and community-based organizations. We provide program evaluation services and consultation, technical assistance and web-based data systems, grant-writing assistance and strategic planning and quality-improvement consultation. Lori Crosby, PsyD, serves as co-director of INNOVATIONS.
For more information, visit the INNOVATIONS webpage.
Mitchell is a co-director of the University's Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) – Community Engagement Core.
Through the Community Engagement Core of the Center for Clinical and Translational Research at Cincinnati Children’s, we are implementing a number of education and training initiatives, including:
For more information, visit the Community Engagement Core website.
Sickle Disease Projects − Our goal is to improve the quality of life, health and services for individuals and families living with sickle cell disease, while empowering them to actively participate in sickle cell disease-related projects.
Diabetes and Obesity − Mitchell works with a number of community-based organizations such as the Nutrition Council to help them understand culturally relevant ways to conduct obesity assessments and interventions.
Mitchell works with the Child Policy Research Center on a number of projects and developed policy health briefs based on state level data about child and parent mental health needs, access and services.
For more information, visit the Child Policy Research Center, part of the Anderson Center.
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