Carnegie Recipient 2015

Heather-Lyn Haley, PhD

Heather-Lyn Haley, PhD Haley2011

 1. Faculty appointment(s):

Assistant professor, Family Medicine and Community Health
Assistant Professor, General Internal Medicine

2. Current position(s) or title(s):

Project Manager for Community Health

3. Education:

PhD, Sociology, UMass Amherst 2003
MA, Sociology, UMass Amherst, 2001
BA, English/Journalism, Worcester State College, 1989

 

4. Affiliations: 

American Sociological Association: Sections on Medical Sociology;  Sociology of Emotions; Organizations, Occupations and Work; and Altruism, Morality and Social Solidarity

Colleges of Worcester Consortium
       Community Engagement Committee, 2009-2013
Common Pathways 2009-2014
       Public Health and Social Services Committee, 2009-present
       MassCONECT partnership with Harvard School of Public Health & National Cancer Institute
City of Worcester
       Partnership for Racial and Ethnic Health Equity, 2010-present
University of Massachusetts Medical School
       Community Engagement Committee, 2009-present
       Nominations Committees 2008-present
       Faculty Council 2006-present
           Executive Council 2009-2013
       Council on Equal Opportunity and Diversity 2009-2014
           Civility Committee 2009-2011
       Interviewer, Admissions 2006-07, 2008-2013

5. Research:

Dr. Haley’s current research interests include:
• Preventive health education and social networks of recently resettled refugees
• Community-based participatory research to better understand and address the legal needs of refugees
• Service-learning in medical education: teaching and learning about race, power and privilege in community settings

6. Publications:

  Hale JF, Haley H-L, Jones J, Brewer A. 2015. Academic/Correctional Health Partnerships: Preparing the Correctional Health Workforce for the Changing Landscape – Focus Group Research Results. Journal of Correctional Health Care Jan; 21(1):70-81. 

 Haley H-L, Walsh M, Maung N, Savage C, Cashman S. 2014. Primary Prevention for Resettled Refugees from Burma: Where to Begin? Journal of Community Health 39:1-10. [

 Potts SE, Deligiannidis KE, Cashman SB, Caggiano ME,  Carter LH, Haley H-L, Ferguson WJ. 2011.  Weaving Public Health Education Into the Fabric of a Family Medicine Residency. Am J Prev Med 41(4S3): S256-S263.

Sullivan, Mary, Ferguson, Warren, Sullivan, Kate, Philbin, Mary, Haley, Heather-Lyn, Kedian, Tracy, Quirk, Mark. 2011. Expert Communication Training for Providers in Community Health Centers.  Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved. 22(4): 1358-1368.

Levin, Len L.; Nordberg, Judith M.; and Haley, Heather-Lyn. Being there, there and there: using research methodology to evaluate the effectiveness of librarians embedded in chart rounds within a multi-center Family Medicine residency program. 2011. University of Massachusetts Medical School. Library Publications and Presentations. Paper 131.
http://escholarship.umassmed.edu/lib_articles/131.

Fischer, M.A., Haley, H. –L., Saarinen, C. Chretien, K.C 2010. Comparison of Blogs and Written Reflections in Two Medicine Clerkships. Medical Education. 45:166-175..

Larkin AC, Cahan MA, Whalen G, Hatem D, Starr S, Haley H-L, Litwin D, Sullivan K, Quirk M. 2010. Human emotion and response in surgery (HEARS): A simulation-based curriculum for communication skills, systems-based practice, and professionalism in surgical residency training. J Am Coll Surg 211:285–292.

Garg, Amit, Haley, Heather-Lyn, Hatem, David. 2010. Modern Moulage: Evaluating the Use of 3-Dimensional Prosthetic Mimics in a Dermatology Teaching Program for Second-Year Medical Students. Arch Dermatol 146(2): 143-146.

Haley, Heather-Lyn, Hale, Janet, Brewer, Arthur, Ferguson, Warren J.. 2009. Correctional Health Curriculum Enhancement through Focus Groups. Teaching and Learning in Medicine 21(4): 310-317.

Fischer, Melissa A., Harrel, Heather E., Haley, Heather-Lyn, Cifu, Adam S., Alper, Eric, Johnson, Krista M., Hatem, David. 2008. Between Two Worlds: A Multi-Institutional Qualitative Analysis of Students’ Reflections on Joining the Medical Profession. J Gen Intern Med 23(7): 958-963.

Haidet, Paul, Hatem, David, Fecile, Mary Lynn, Stein, Howard, Haley, Heather-Lyn, Kimmel, Barbara, Mossbarger, David, Inui, Thomas. 2008. The Role of Relationships in the Professional Formation of Physicians: Case Report and Illustration of an Elicitation Technique. Patient Education and Counseling 72(3):382-387.

7. How to contact:

Heather-Lyn.Haley@umassmed.edu ; 774-441-6366 office, 774-441-6212 fax

Programs with web resources created and currently managed by Dr. Haley include:


UMass FMCH Community Health Toolkit

UMMS Population Health Clerkship

UMMS Summer Service-Learning Assistantship

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