mandyallison

Mandy Allison MAEd, MD, MSPH

Co-Director; Primary Care Research Fellowship ACCORDs Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Investigator, University of Colorado School of Medicine
  • ACCORDS Primary Care Research Fellowship
  • General Pediatrics General Operations (SOM)
  • ACCORDS (Adult & Child Center for Outcomes Research & Delivery Science)

Email Address:Mandy.Allison@cuanschutz.edu

Alt Email Address:mandy.allison@childrenscolorado.org

Primary Phone:303-724-7450

1890 North Revere Court

Mandy Allison, MAEd, MD, MSPH is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. She has taught residents, medical students, and advanced practice provider students and provided clinical care to linguistically, ethnically, and culturally diverse patients since 2004. She has served as a Principal Investigator and Co-Investigator on foundation-funded grants and federal grants from AHRQ, CDC, and NIH in the areas of immunization delivery, school health, and early childhood development. She has served as the Co-Director of the Prevention Research Center for Family and Child Health (PRC) with Dr. David Olds, Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) founder, since 2019. Her recent and current research includes a formative study of home-visiting for women with previous live births and a qualitative study of health care experiences of mothers with a history of substance use disorder. She was a coinvestigator on a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation-funded project (Dr. Venice Williams, PI) examining the role of collaboration and system integration of home-visiting with other community providers in achieving positive maternal-child health outcomes. Finally, she is currently a multiple principal investigator on two pragmatic trials. One is a randomized clinical trial of Nurse Family Partnership home-visiting for people with previous live births, and the other is a trial of enriching home-visiting to improve maternal and child cardiovascular health.

mandyallison

Mandy Allison MAEd, MD, MSPH

Co-Director; Primary Care Research Fellowship ACCORDs Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Investigator, University of Colorado School of Medicine
  • ACCORDS Primary Care Research Fellowship
  • General Pediatrics General Operations (SOM)
  • ACCORDS (Adult & Child Center for Outcomes Research & Delivery Science)

Email Address:Mandy.Allison@cuanschutz.edu

Alt Email Address:mandy.allison@childrenscolorado.org

Primary Phone:303-724-7450

1890 North Revere Court

Mandy Allison, MAEd, MD, MSPH is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. She has taught residents, medical students, and advanced practice provider students and provided clinical care to linguistically, ethnically, and culturally diverse patients since 2004. She has served as a Principal Investigator and Co-Investigator on foundation-funded grants and federal grants from AHRQ, CDC, and NIH in the areas of immunization delivery, school health, and early childhood development. She has served as the Co-Director of the Prevention Research Center for Family and Child Health (PRC) with Dr. David Olds, Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) founder, since 2019. Her recent and current research includes a formative study of home-visiting for women with previous live births and a qualitative study of health care experiences of mothers with a history of substance use disorder. She was a coinvestigator on a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation-funded project (Dr. Venice Williams, PI) examining the role of collaboration and system integration of home-visiting with other community providers in achieving positive maternal-child health outcomes. Finally, she is currently a multiple principal investigator on two pragmatic trials. One is a randomized clinical trial of Nurse Family Partnership home-visiting for people with previous live births, and the other is a trial of enriching home-visiting to improve maternal and child cardiovascular health.

ACCORDS

CU Anschutz

Anschutz Health Sciences Building

1890 N Revere Ct

Third floor

Aurora, CO 80045

303-724-8995


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