Center & Institute Affiliations
Melissa Davey-Rothwell, PhD '07, MPH, is a behavioral scientist who studies the implementation of evidence-based interventions in community-based settings.
Experiences & Accomplishments
Honors & Awards
- Davey-Rothwell M, Owczarzak J, Collins K, Dolcini MM, Tobin, K, Mitchell FD, Jones A, and Latkin C (In Press) Lessons learned from implementing the SHIELD intervention: a peer education intervention for people who use drugs. AIDS and Behavior.
- Dolcini MM, Davey-Rothwell MA, Singh RR, Catania JA, Gandelman A, Narayanan V, Harris J, and Mckay VR (2021) Use of effective training and quality assurance strategies is associated with high-fidelity EBI implementation in practice settings: a case analysis. Translational Behavioral Medicine, 11(1): 34-45.
- Dayton L, Tobin K, Falade-Nwulia O, Davey-Rothwell M, Al-Tayyib A, Saleem H, and Latkin C (2020) Racial disparities in overdose prevention among people who inject drugs. Journal of Urban Health, 97(6):823-830.
- Davey-Rothwell MA, Crossnohere NL, Kimura A, Page K, Tobin KE, and Latkin C (2018) The role of perceived friend depression and perceived stigma on self-reported depression among individuals use drugs. Journal of Community Psychology, 46(8):1107-1113.
- Davey-Rothwell MA, Siconolfi D, Tobin K, and Latkin C (2015) The role of neighborhoods in shaping perceived norms: An exploration of neighborhood disorder and norms among injection drug users in Baltimore, MD. Health and Place, 33:181-186.