Fiona Grubin, MSPH ‘19, coordinates research and practice projects related to mental and behavioral health, health equity, suicide prevention, and Indigenous health.
Indigenous Health; Health Equity; Community-Based Participatory Research; Mental health; Intervention Research; Suicide Prevention; Strengths-based
Experiences & Accomplishments
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of
Montana State University
As a research associate with the Center for American Indian Health I work on mental and behavioral health projects. I am interested in work that aims to reduce and eliminate health inequities, especially related to mental health. In my graduate studies I contributed to multiple research projects that focused on suicide prevention with Indigenous communities. I completed my BS in applied psychology at Montana State University and my MSPH in social and behavioral interventions at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Most recent publications
- Haroz, E. E., Grubin, F., Goklish, N., Pioche, S., Cwik, M., Barlow, A., Waugh, E., Usher, J., Lenert, M. C., & Walsh, C. G. (2021). Designing a Clinical Decision Support Tool That Leverages Machine Learning for Suicide Risk Prediction: Development Study in Partnership With Native American Care Providers. JMIR public health and surveillance, 7(9), e24377. https://doi.org/10.2196/24377
- Skewes, M. C., Gameon, J. A., Grubin, F., DeCou, C. R., & Whitcomb, L. (in press). Beliefs about causal factors for suicide in rural Alaska Native communities and recommendations for prevention. Transcultural Psychiatry. https://doi.org/10.1177/1363461520963869
- Counts, C. J., Grubin, F. C., & John-Henderson, N. A. (2018). Childhood socioeconomic status and risk in early family environments: Predictors of global sleep quality in college students. Sleep Health: Journal of the National Sleep Foundation, 4(3), 301-306. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sleh.2018.02.003