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Monica Perez Jolles

TitleAssociate Professor
InstitutionUniversity of Colorado Denver - Anschutz Medical Campus

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    AD-2021C1-22459     (Kathleen Thomas, PhD)Jun 1, 2022 - May 1, 2025
    Improving the Health of Adolescents and Transition-Age Youth with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD)
    Role Description: To test the comparative effectiveness of care coordination enhanced with an adapted activation curriculum for parents of children with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) compared to care coordination alone through a randomized controlled trial implemented in two clinical settings in North Carolina.
    Role: Site PI

    NCT05041855     (Matthew Haemer, MD)Aug 1, 2021 - Jun 1, 2026
    Family Inclusive Childhood Obesity Treatment Designed for Low Income and Hispanic Families.
    Role Description: This type 1 hybrid effectiveness-implementation trial is testing the effectiveness and simultaneously assess implementation outcomes and processes critical for potential scale-up and public health impact. We will use a prospective, wait-list control RCT to compare The Healthy Living Program (HeLP) to an active control condition: Recommended Treatment of Obesity in Primary Care (RTOP) for Hispanic pediatric populations, which is care recommended by the Academy of Pediatrics, but inconsistently delivered in usual practice.
    Role: Co-Investigator

    R21MH123835     (JOLLES, MONICA PEREZ)May 1, 2021 - Apr 30, 2023
    Supporting the implementation of a state policy on screening for Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in Federally Qualified Health Centers
    Role Description: To refine a multifaceted implementation strategy to support the implementation of the ACEs screening policy in community-based clinics and to pilot test the feasibility, acceptability, fidelity and reach of the implementation strategy and the impact of the ACEs policy on child patient-level outcomes.
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. PĂ©rez Jolles, M., Willging, C.E., Stadnick, N.A., Crable, E.L., Lengnick-Hall, R., Hawkins, J. and Aarons, G.A. Understanding implementation research collaborations from a co-creation lens: recommendations for a path forward. 2022; 2.
    2. P?rez Jolles M, Fern?ndez ME, Jacobs G, De Leon J, Myrick L, Aarons GA. Using Implementation Mapping to develop protocols supporting the implementation of a state policy on screening children for Adverse Childhood Experiences in a system of health centers in inland Southern California. Front Public Health. 2022; 10:876769. PMID: 36091515.
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    3. Hughes PM, Ostrout TL, P?rez Jolles M, Thomas KC. Adverse Childhood Experiences Across Birth Generation and LGBTQ+ Identity, Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, 2019. Am J Public Health. 2022 04; 112(4):662-670. PMID: 35319940.
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    4. Chinchilla M, Montiel GI, Jolles MP, Lomeli MC, Wong CF, Escaron AL, Gonz?lez-Figueroa E, Garcia J, Valencia AB, Kadono M, Acosta A, Martinez C, Herrera AL, Sonik RA. Linking health education, civic engagement, and research at a large Federally Qualified Health Center to address health disparities. Health Serv Res. 2022 06; 57 Suppl 1:105-110. PMID: 35243628.
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    5. Perez Jolles M, Mack WJ, Reaves C, Saldana L, Stadnick NA, Fernandez ME, Aarons GA. Using a participatory method to test a strategy supporting the implementation of a state policy on screening children for adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) in a Federally Qualified Health Center system: a stepped-wedge cluster randomized trial. Implement Sci Commun. 2021 Dec 20; 2(1):143. PMID: 34930500.
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    6. Perez Jolles M, Zullig LL, Lee PJ, Kolhatkar G. Disparities in Shared Decision Making and Service Receipt Among Children With Special Health Care Needs and Developmental Delay: A National Survey Analysis. J Prim Care Community Health. 2020 Jan-Dec; 11:2150132720924588. PMID: 32560592.
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    7. Perez Jolles M, Richmond J, Thomas KC. Erratum to "Minority patient preferences, barriers, and facilitators for shared decision-making with health care providers in the USA: A systematic review" [Patient Educ. Couns. 102 (2019) 1251-1262]. Patient Educ Couns. 2020 Feb; 103(2):430. PMID: 31784330.
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    8. Hale KL, Wallace DD, Blanco-Dur?n D, Annis IE, Guzman LE, Garc?a SJ, P?rez Jolles M, Sleath BL, Elwyn G, Stein GL, Thomas KC. Conversations between Latina mothers and their child's mental health provider: An observational study of shared decision-making regarding pediatric patient mental health needs. Patient Educ Couns. 2020 01; 103(1):96-102. PMID: 31447200.
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    9. Perez Jolles M, Richmond J, Thomas KC. Minority patient preferences, barriers, and facilitators for shared decision-making with health care providers in the USA: A systematic review. Patient Educ Couns. 2019 07; 102(7):1251-1262. PMID: 30777613.
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    10. Perez Jolles M, Lengnick-Hall R, Mittman BS. Core Functions and Forms of Complex Health Interventions: a Patient-Centered Medical Home Illustration. J Gen Intern Med. 2019 06; 34(6):1032-1038. PMID: 30623387.
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    11. P?rez Jolles M, Thomas KC. Disparities in Self-reported Access to Patient-centered Medical Home Care for Children With Special Health Care Needs. Med Care. 2018 10; 56(10):840-846. PMID: 30211808.
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    12. P?rez Jolles M, Martinez M, Garcia SJ, Stein GL, Thomas KC. Involving Latina/o parents in patient-centered outcomes research: Contributions to research study design, implementation and outcomes. Health Expect. 2017 10; 20(5):992-1000. PMID: 28177564.
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    13. Jolles MP, Wells R. Does caregiver participation in decision making within child welfare agencies influence children's primary and mental health care service use? Child Care Health Dev. 2017 03; 43(2):192-201. PMID: 27470153.
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    14. 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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