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Venice Ng Williams

TitleAsst Professor
InstitutionUniversity of Colorado Denver - Anschutz Medical Campus

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    University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical CampusPhD12/2019Health Services Research
    University of California, Los AngelesMPH12/2012Community Health Sciences

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    Dr. Williams is a mixed-methods prevention researcher focused on research related to improving the implementation of evidenced-based prevention programs like Nurse-Family Partnership through cross-sector collaboration and systems integration. She has a range of experience in health services research, including conducting health impact assessments to inform child welfare policy, evaluating systems-change interventions with Urban Indian health centers and developing collegiate tobacco control policies.

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    1. Williams VN, Marshall J, Richey M, Allison M. Engaging Community in Prioritizing Outcomes to Improve Family Health in Evidence-Based Nurse Home Visiting: Using a Modified e-Delphi Method. Matern Child Health J. 2024 Feb; 28(2):333-343. PMID: 37989933.
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    2. Williams VN, Franco-Rowe C, Knudtson M, Tung G, Allison M. Changes in cross-sector collaboration between nurse home visitors and community providers in the United States: A panel survey analysis. Health Serv Res. 2024 Feb; 59 Suppl 1:e14242. PMID: 37771065.
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    3. Bourque SL, Williams VN, Scott J, Hwang SS. The Role of Distance from Home to Hospital on Parental Experience in the NICU: A Qualitative Study. Children (Basel). 2023 Sep 20; 10(9). PMID: 37761537.
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    4. Williams VN, McManus B, Brooks-Russell A, Yost E, Olds DL, Tung GJ. Cross-sector Collaboration Between Public Health, Healthcare and Social Services Improves Retention: Findings from a Nurse Home Visiting Program. Prev Sci. 2023 08; 24(6):1209-1224. PMID: 37209315.
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    5. Williams VN, McManus BM, Brooks-Russell A, Yost E, Allison MA, Olds DL, Tung GJ. A qualitative study of effective collaboration among nurse home visitors, healthcare providers and community support services in the United States. Health Soc Care Community. 2022 09; 30(5):1881-1893. PMID: 34543476.
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    6. Williams VN, Franco CY, Lopez CC, Allison MA, Olds DL, Tung GJ. A Qualitative Study of Mothers' Perspectives on Enrolling and Engaging in an Evidence-Based Nurse Home Visiting Program. Prev Sci. 2021 10; 22(7):845-855. PMID: 34117977.
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    7. Williams VN, Lopez CC, Tung GJ, Olds DL, Allison MA. A case study of care co-ordination between primary care providers and nurse home visitors to serve young families experiencing adversity in the Northwestern United States. Health Soc Care Community. 2022 07; 30(4):1400-1411. PMID: 34114696.
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    8. Williams VN, Brooks-Russell A, McManus BM, Yost E, Olds DL, Tung GJ. National survey of nurse home visitor collaboration with health care and social services. Public Health Nurs. 2021 09; 38(5):825-836. PMID: 33749013.
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    9. Tung GJ, Williams VN, Ayele R, Shimasaki S, Olds D. Characteristics of effective collaboration: A study of Nurse-Family Partnership and child welfare. Child Abuse Negl. 2019 09; 95:104028. PMID: 31229764.
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    10. Williams VN, Ayele R, Shimasaki S, Tung GJ, Olds D. Risk assessment practices among home visiting nurses and child protection caseworkers in Colorado, United States: A qualitative investigation. Health Soc Care Community. 2019 09; 27(5):1344-1352. PMID: 31157940.
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    11. Tung GJ, Williams VN. The Potential Role for Health Impact Assessments in Nonprofit Hospital Community Benefit Activities. J Public Health Manag Pract. 2017 Sep/Oct; 23(5):427-429. PMID: 28492450.
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