Lovie Jewell Jackson Foster, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, University of Pittsburgh

 

AskMe. HearMe., an adolescent patient/family and provider engagement tool for mental health

Lovie Jewell Jackson Foster, Ph.D.
 

Research Description

AskMe. HearMe., an adolescent patient/family and provider engagement tool for mental health

Research Impact

The work of Dr. Jackson will employ an iterative, user-centered design process to develop and evaluate Adolescent Screening for Kids receiving Mental health Education and Healthcare provider Efficacy And Responsiveness to Mental health Evaluations (AskMe.HearMe). She will create, design and test the AskMe.HearMe components and assess the feasibility, acceptability and outcomes of the intervention in health clinics.

 
 

related links

Patient Care Special Projects in Patient Care University of Pittsburgh, School of Social Work Back

Education

PhD in Social Work, University of Washington, 2008

Completed a three-year T32 Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh, Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Papers

Selected publications

Jackson Foster, L. J., Lee, M., Morrison, P., Davis, E., Miller, E., & Akers, A. Y. (Accepted). The importance of mental health information to parents of adolescents in primary care. Health and Social Work