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Senior D&I Expert

EnolaProctor Enola Proctor, PhD
Professor, Washington University
ekp@wustl.edu
 
Enola Proctor has a Ph.D. in Social Work from the George Warren Brown School of Social Work. She is currently the Frank J. Bruno Professor of Social Work Research at the George Warren Brown School of Social Work, the Associate Dean for Faculty, as well as the Director of the Implementation Research Institute. Dr. Proctor's research interests include the implementation of evidence based practice in mental health and social work, mental health services in community care, sectors of care, and social services, services for the elderly, and quality of care in social work and mental health. Her teaching interests include mental health services and research methodology, particularly implementation research methods.
 
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Factors contributing to sparse uptake of evidence-based interventions
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Interviewee’s name, title, and affiliation
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Definition and importance of the research and practice of D&I
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Key issues for D&I research
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Things that researchers should do differently to increase the D&I potential of interventions
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An example of a lesson learned from own work
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