Susan Brown Trinidad, MA

Short bio : 

Susan Brown Trinidad, MA, is a Research Scientist in the Department of Bioethics and Humanities. She has been with the department since 2005. Her expertise includes the design and conduct of qualitative research and community-based participatory research as well as health communication. Special interests include research integrity, patient-centered communication, medical decision-making, health equity, and bringing under-represented voices – including those of minoritized and medically underserved groups – into health policy. She served on the UW Institutional Review Board from 2009-2014.

Ms. Trinidad is also a third-year doctoral student in educational psychology at UW. Her dissertation will focus on co-learning in a research partnership between Yup'ik community members in southwest Alaska and university-based health researchers. She received an MA from the Interdisciplinary Program in Health and Humanities at Michigan State University and a BA in English from the College of William and Mary. She came to UW from an executive-level position in product development for companies specializing in telephone triage and disease management counseling.

 

 

 

Susan Brown Trinidad, MA

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A-204N Health Sciences Building
206-543-2508
sbtrini@uw.edu