Kristin E. Lake, MPH
Division: Social and Behavioral Interventions
Center & Institute Affiliation(s):
415 N. Washington Street
Baltimore , Maryland 21231
MPH , University of North Carolina , 2004
My research interests are primarily in program development, implementation, and evaluation, particularly as it relates to child and adolescent health. I joined the Center for American Indian Health in 2007 as a Health Education Specialist focusing on curriculum development. Since joining the Center, I have worked on a number of programs covering topics such as child development and parenting, nutrition, substance abuse, and youth suicide prevention.
health education; behavior change interventions; American Indian and Alaska Native health; community-based participatory research; community health workers; family-based interventions; maternal and child health; adolescent health
Barlow, A., Mullany, B.C., Neault, N., Davis, Y., Billy, T., Hastings, R., Coho-Mescal, V., Lake, K., Powers, J., Clouse, E., Reid, R., and Walkup, J.T. (2010). Examining Correlates of Methamphetamine and Other Drug Use in Pregnant American Indian Adolescents. American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research: The Journal of the National Center, 17(1), 1-24.
Howard, D.E., Griffin, M., Boekeloo, B., Lake, K., and Bellows, D. (2007). Staying safe while consuming alcohol: A qualitative study of the protective strategies and informational needs of college freshman. Journal of American College Health, 56(3), 247-254.