Lesley Steinman

January 12, 2024

Najma Mohamed and Lesley Steinman Awarded Tier 1 Pilot Award

Kenzie Lock

Najma Mohamed and Lesley Steinman

Mohamed and Steinman were recently awarded a Tier 1 Pilot Award by the University of Washington Population Health Initiative. The two aim to, “[center] the voices and experiences of the social service workforce and participants,” said Steinman.

June 11, 2020

PEARLS Connect & PEARLS Equity Updates

Rachel Seymour

PEARLS team member Lesley Steinman at the IDIC

The UW Health Promotion Research Center (UW HPRC) is excited to share the work its researchers have done with two PEARLS studies — PEARLS Connect and PEARLS Equity.

June 5, 2020

Adapting to Better Support Partners & Communities During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Rachel Seymour

Double exposure of a person and a medical mask

We recognize that priorities for our partners have shifted, rightfully so, and we are pivoting to help them meet new needs. Where possible, we are also revamping our projects to gain new knowledge about how best to serve our communities.

December 21, 2019

PEARLS Featured in School of Public Health Magazine

Rachel Seymour

Illustration showing people living, working, and playing.

The Health Promotion Research Center’s program known as PEARLS has been featured in a UW School of Public Health’s new magazine.

September 16, 2019

CDC Continues Funding HPRC as a Prevention Research Center

Rachel Seymour

Peggy Hannon, Mark Snowden, and Lesley Steinman

The University of Washington’s Health Promotion Research Center (HPRC) has once again been awarded funding as part of a select group of national prevention research centers.

October 22, 2018

Hypertension Control Study Findings: How Partnerships Can Help

Rachel Seymour

We learned how community-based organizations and community health workers partner with clinics to improve blood pressure control, and what makes these partnerships successful.

April 8, 2018

PEARLS Connect Update

Rachel Seymour

Hispanic couple reading printed documents together

There is strong evidence that PEARLS (Program to Encourage Active, Rewarding Lives) is an effective model to treat late-life depression in low-income older adults with multiple chronic conditions.