Izquierdo Adriana

Title(s)Postdoctoral Fellow, Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences
Phone(310) 570-7817
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    1. Barceló NE, Lopez A, Tang L, Aguilera Nunez MG, Jones F, Miranda J, Chung B, Arevian A, Bonds C, Izquierdo A, Dixon E, Wells K. Community Engagement and Planning versus Resources for Services for Implementing Depression Quality Improvement: Exploratory Analysis for Black and Latino Adults. Ethn Dis. 2019; 29(2):277-286. PMID: 31057313.
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    2. Izquierdo A, Ong M, Pulido E, Wells KB, Berkman M, Linski B, Sauer V, Miranda J. Community Partners in Care: 6- and 12-month Outcomes of Community Engagement versus Technical Assistance to Implement Depression Collaborative Care among Depressed Older Adults. Ethn Dis. 2018; 28(Suppl 2):339-348. PMID: 30202186.
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    3. Izquierdo A, Ong M, Jones F, Jones L, Ganz D, Rubenstein L. Engaging African American Veterans with Health Care Access Challenges in a Community Partnered Care Coordination Initiative: A Qualitative Needs Assessment. Ethn Dis. 2018; 28(Suppl 2):475-484. PMID: 30202201.
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    4. Miranda J, Bromley E, Izquierdo A, Jones F, Wells K. Surviving Depression: Clinical Qualitative Analysis of Long-Term Survival for Ethnically Diverse, Depressed Patients. J Nerv Ment Dis. 2017 08; 205(8):589-599. PMID: 28005576.
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    5. Izquierdo A, Miranda J, Bromley E, Sherbourne C, Ryan G, Kennedy D, Wells K. Grandparenting experiences among adults with a history of depression: a mixed-methods study. Gen Hosp Psychiatry. 2015 Mar-Apr; 37(2):185-91. PMID: 25680755.
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    6. Izquierdo A, Sarkisian C, Ryan G, Wells KB, Miranda J. Older depressed Latinos' experiences with primary care visits for personal, emotional and/or mental health problems: a qualitative analysis. Ethn Dis. 2014; 24(1):84-91. PMID: 24620453; PMCID: PMC4244226.