Yen Nong, MPH
Department or Service
- Texas Medical Center
Texas Children's Hospital
|Columbia University||masters||Master of Public Health||2009|
|Texas A&M University||bachelors||Bachelor of Arts||2005|
Caring for the whole patient by addressing social determinants of health is an important part of ensuring the best health outcomes for children and their families.
Postpartum depression and child abuse prevention through supporting families and strengthening communities.
Mixed-methods and dissemination and implementation research to help mitigate childhood adversities and improving child health outcomes.
Puryear, L. J., Nong, Y. H., Correa, N. P., Cox, K., & Greeley, C. S. (2019). Outcomes of Implementing Routine Screening and Referrals for Perinatal Mood Disorders in an Integrated Multi-site Pediatric and Obstetric Setting. Maternal and Child Health Journal 1-7.
Nong, Y.H. & Correa, N.P. (2018). The Forgotten Victims: Children of Incarcerated Parents. American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children Advisor 14-21.