Jade Vu Henry will join the mCHW team as a doctoral researcher to document what happens during participatory design work. Her ethnographic research of design practices in mCHW will help us continually self-assess our on-going efforts to develop the most effective mobile-based learning tool possible.
“Prior to beginning my doctoral studies at LKL, I worked as a public health evaluator for international training programs funded by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and as an in-house program analyst for Kaiser Permanente, a large healthcare delivery system with operations in Washington DC. After helping to broker apublic-private collaboration for community-based infectious disease surveillance, I became interested in studying workplace learning for successful multi-sectoral, inter-disciplinary programs. I completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychobiology at the University of California at Los Angeles and an MPH at Yale University. I am very pleased to be able to join the mCHW team and be part of this innovative and collaborative effort.”