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As a researcher, my area of excellence is designing and testing behavioral interventions for medical populations, with a primary focus on integrating systems-based behavioral interventions into oncology settings. I currently directly the behavioral research for the MGH Tobacco Research & Treatment Center, the Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine, and the MGH Cancer Survivorship Program I also have expertise in developing and analyzing qualitative research to inform behavioral intervention and survey development and direct the Qualitative Research Core for the MGH Clinical Research Program. My clinical work focuses on cancer survivorship. Please see the links below for more information.http://www.instituteforhealthpolicy.org/core_faculty/Parkhttp://www.bensonhenryinstitute.org/our-research/about-our-research/research-teamhttp://www.massgeneral.org/dcr
View my most recent publications at PubMed
Does participation in the annual lung cancer screening currently recommended for people with high-risk smoking histories encourage those who are still smoking to quit? A new study from an MGH research team finds that the answer may depend on the level of support given by patients' primary care providers.
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