Marnie House has more than 15 years of experience in the application of research, evaluation, and social science principles and practices in public health and healthcare program development and evaluation—conceptualizing mixed-method process, impact, and outcome evaluation designs; developing logic models and programmatic flow diagrams to guide evaluations; performing quantitative and qualitative analyses; developing, testing, and administering survey instruments; and, writing evaluation products and presentations to disseminate findings and provide actionable recommendations for public health and healthcare audiences.
Dr. House specializes in mixed-method approaches, using theoretical frameworks to guide research inquiry, analysis, interpretation, and dissemination of evaluated programs and interventions. She has a wide array of public health and health education content expertise, with a focus on population-based management of chronic disease, preventive services, care management models and delivery system redesign, community clinical linkages, quality improvement, and health disparities.
Dr. House has an Ed.D. in Health Education and Behavioral Science from Columbia University, New York, and an M.P.H. in Public Health and a B.S. in Health Promotion from Curtin University of Technology at Perth, Australia.