Allison A. Lewinski
Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing

I am a health services researcher with a focus on digital interventions and chronic illness self-management. My work sits at the intersection of precision medicine and population health. My interest in developing and implementing sustainable interventions to improve health outcomes, and examining intervention implementation and adaptation, is an extension of my experiences in public health and nursing. Therefore, I aim to develop meaningful interventions that are relevant, appropriate, and can be implemented in real-world clinical settings with interdisciplinary collaborators. To do this, I use mixed methods to understand how individuals engage with healthcare teams, how best to support behavior change in diverse populations and with varying disease states, and how to foster stronger engagement with the healthcare system. Overall, my program of research is to better understand how, why, when, and for what populations and settings interventions for chronic illness self-management are effective.

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