Stacey Griner
Assistant Professor, Department of Population & Community Health, University of North Texas

Dr. Stacey Griner is an implementation scientist whose research focuses on translating evidence-based guidelines and policies into clinical care. Dr. Griner utilizes theory-based, mixed methods approaches and implementation science frameworks to identify and intervene on the multilevel contextual factors that influence guideline and policy implementation, particularly sexually transmitted infection screening (STI) guidelines and oral health guidelines, among clinicians and community partners. Her recent STI projects have included an assessment of the implementation of evidence-based chlamydia screening guidelines and syphilis screening policies into clinical care by prenatal providers in Texas. Her recent work in oral health focuses on increasing HPV vaccination rates through interprofessional partnerships with dental hygienists and includes community-based events to improve access to oral healthcare and reduce HPV vaccine disparities. The long-term goal of Dr. Griner’s research is to translate research findings into innovative interventions to modify the practice behaviors of healthcare providers and reduce health inequities.

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