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Monica Perez Jolles

TitleAssistant Professor of Social Work, Dept. of Social Change and Innovation
InstitutionUniversity of Southern California
DepartmentSocial Work
AddressATT 1421
University Park Campus
Los Angeles CA 90089-1400
Phone+1 213 821 6706
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    Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research, Chapel Hill, NCPostdoctoral T32 Fellowship06/2016Health Services Research
    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NCPhD05/2014Health Policy and Management
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    Hosted by Johns Hopkins and funded by NIMH Division of Services and Intervention Research2008  - 2019Children's Intervention, Prevention and Services (CHIPS) Fellowship

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    Dr. Mónica Pérez Jolles is a health services researcher with expertise in econometrics and mixed methodology as well as community-based participatory research. Her research focuses on: a) evaluating complex health interventions and developing tools to increase the capacity of health care settings to implement these interventions, particularly patient/family-centered coordinated care, and b) testing culturally designed patient activation and shared decision making interventions in primary care settings. Dr. Pérez Jolles has experience collaborating in two pragmatic trials recruiting hard-to-reach minority populations as well as leading secondary data analyses using national surveys such as the Medical Expenditures Panel Data (MEPS) and the National Survey of Private Child and Family Serving Agencies (NSPCFSA). Last, Dr. Pérez Jolles has investigated the organizational and managerial context of human and health service agencies as they relate to how they innovate and deliver accessible services to underserved families, including mental health. As a junior researcher, she has disseminated her research trough 16 peer reviewed scientific publications addressing the individual, provider and organizational aspects of health care services and through national and international conference presentations.


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    1. Jolles MP, Lee PJ, Javier J. Shared decision-making and parental experiences with health services to meet their child's special health care needs: Racial and ethnic disparities. Patient Educ Couns. 2018 May 31. PMID: 29884531.
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    2. Thomas, KC., Livas Stein, G., Williams, C.S., Perez Jolles, M., Sleath, B.L., Prandoni, J., Martinez, M., Garcia, S.J., Guzman, L., Williams, C.E, Morrissey, J. .Fostering Activation Among Latino Parents of Children With Mental Health Needs: An RCT. Psychiatric Services. 2017; 10(68):1068-1075.
    3. Pérez Jolles, M., Collins-Camargo, C., McBeath B., Bunger, A., Chuang E. .Managerial Strategies to Influence Frontline Worker Understanding of Performance Measures in Nonprofit Child Welfare Agencies. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. 2017; 6(46):1166-1188.
    4. Pérez Jolles M, Martinez M, Garcia SJ, Stein GL. Involving Latina/o parents in patient-centered outcomes research: Contributions to research study design, implementation and outcomes. Health Expect. 2017 Oct; 20(5):992-1000. PMID: 28177564.
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    5. Jolles, M.P, Wells, R. .Does caregiver participation in decision making within child welfare agencies influence children’s primary and mental health service use?. 2016.
    6. Pérez Jolles, M., McBeath, B., Carnochan, S., & Austin, M. J. .Factors Associated With Managerial Innovation in Public Human Service Organizations. Human Service Organizations. 2016; 4(40):421-434.
    7. Pérez Jolles, M., Flick, J., Wells, R., Chuang, E. .Caregiver involvement in behavioral health services in the context of child welfare service referrals: A qualitative study. Child & Family Social Work Journal. 2016; (22):648-659.
    8. Pérez Jolles, M., Haynes-Maslow, L., Roberts, M. C., & Dusetzina, S. B. .Mental Health Service Use for Adult Patients With Co-occurring Depression and Physical Chronic Health Care Needs, 2007–2010. Medical Care. 2015; 8(53):708-712.
    9. Bunger AC, Collins-Camargo C, McBeath B, Chuang E, Perez-Jolles M, Wells R. Collaboration, Competition, and Co-opetition: Interorganizational Dynamics Between Private Child Welfare Agencies and Child Serving Sectors. Child Youth Serv Rev. 2014 Mar 01; 38:113-122. PMID: 25267868.
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