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Developing new pathways to care

Catherine Striley, Ph.D., M.S.W., M.S.E., is investigating ways to remove barriers to care and provide people with resources to empower themselves and improve their health and quality of life. In a recent project funded by the Tourette Syndrome Association, Striley and a colleague at Washington University created a video…

The POST features HealthStreet in article

Help wanted New CTSI initiatives focus on expanding access to clinical research  By Claire Baralt In November, UF’s HealthStreet program opened on the East Campus to assist people underrepresented in health services and health research. Click here to read entire article.

UF Eastside Campus site of HealthStreet

HealthStreet community worker speaks with community member about health services A local newspaper featured an article on our program that offers help with medical and social services needs. Read more…

UF launches HealthStreet

UF launches HealthStreet   On Nov. 21, UF faculty and administrators were joined by community members and Gainesville Mayor Craig Lowe to celebrate the launch of HealthStreet, a new community engagement initiative from the UF department of epidemiology. HealthStreet is designed to reduce disparities in health care and research. Community…