Congratulations to Noah Triplett, who was selected to participate in one of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s leadership programs.
We are proud to announce that Noah Triplett, a graduate student in child clinical psychology worksing with Shannon Dorsey, has been selected to participate in one of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s leadership programs. These programs connect changemakers across the country—from every profession and field—to learn from and work with one another in creating more just and thriving communities.
Specifically, Noah was selected for Health Policy Research Scholars. Designed for doctoral students from historically marginalized backgrounds and populations underrepresented in specific disciplines, Health Policy Research Scholars helps researchers from all fields apply their work to policies that advance equity and health while building a diverse field of leaders who reflect our changing national demographics.
Noah’s research focuses on global mental health and implementation science. He examines ways to optimize mental health service delivery in resource-limited settings by increasing access to high quality mental health services and improving the adoption and sustainment of evidence-based practices (EBPs). His work is also funding by a National Institute of Mental Health F31 grant entitled, “Applying Human-Centered Design to Inform Mobile Technology-Mediated Supervision with Lay Counselors in Kenya.” Throughout his work, Noah aims to engage cross-sector collaborators in developing and testing delivery models that are acceptable, feasible, and sustainable in their respective contexts; such efforts can ultimately contribute to improving health equity worldwide.
To learn more about Health Policy Research Scholars and RWJF’s other leadership programs, and to meet other participants, visit www.healthpolicyresearch-scholars.org.