Yale University

Hagaman Receives NIH Award for Implementation Research in Pakistan

Ashley Hagaman, PhD, MPH, assistant professor at Yale School of Public Health and member of the Center for Methods in Implementation and Prevention Science and CIRA, has received funding from the National Institutes of Health to support her research of suicide among high-risk women of reproductive age, and mothers, in Pakistan. This funding helps facilitate close collaboration with global experts in social epidemiology, biostatistics and implementation science, intervention development, and suicide. Hagaman says this work is particularly important because it is "an event that is so stigmatized, particularly in Islam and in social contexts where there are so many implications for what suicidal behaviors mean not just on you, but on your family."

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Published: Monday, February 21, 2022